re: Optimizing scheduling policies for Ubuntu (desktop),for low-jitter.
From: Uwaysi Bin Kareem
Date: Fri Oct 19 2012 - 19:27:58 EST
Not many are discussing this.
So odd since an overloaded computer, looks like a computer with jitter. So
removing jitter = higher performance.
I changed X to nice -20 though instead. It is hard to predict jitter, and
maybe some measure of fairness is good.
Still daemons wouldn`t mind running sequentially as simple round robin,
or? I would like to see a lowpriority round-robin, and not just the
realtime one. Maybe a modification on "idle" pri. I just want to know
daemons can be made transparent to jitter. Or atleast some measure of
fairness to sequentialness that keeps the lowest jitter.
Anyone following ? :)
Peace Be With You.
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