Hi,I am no expert but why do you need to do this?
Recently I met a problem on different scheduler behavior between
2.4.22 and 220.127.116.11.
The application works as a proxy, it listen on an interface,
connect through another interface. This application works on a box
with two Xeon cpu, each of them is hyper-threading.
On 2.4.22, CPU0 serve interrupts, the application works on other
But on 18.104.22.168, if I turn on 'noirqbalance' kernel parameter, the
application will stuck to CPU0 as well as interrupts after several
seconds' working. Then there will be a 0% idle cpu, and three 100%
I have also tried irqbalance on 22.214.171.124, but the performance is
not as good as 2.4.22 too.
It seems that scheduler ignores the working load of interrupts.
My question is, is there a way to tune 2.6 kernel working as 2.4?
Just one cpu for interrupts, other three cpu for normal work.
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