[Bug 177713] Re: 2.6.24-2: Regression with idle cpu cycle handling
dhaval.giani at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 03:40:13 UTC 2008
On Jan 21, 2008 5:22 AM, dAniel hAhler <launchpad at thequod.de> wrote:
> The boinc task isn't invalid: I'll look into fixing it. I've patched my local init script already (and send the patch to Debian), let's see how it goes.
Please do not use init scripts. Please use the uevents interface. That
is the preferred interface.
> The "linux" task "went away", because I've assigned it to boinc instead.
> ** Changed in: boinc (Ubuntu)
> Assignee: (unassigned) => dAniel hAhler (blueyed)
> Status: Invalid => Confirmed
> ** Summary changed:
> - 2.6.24-2: Regression with idle cpu cycle handling
> + CFS in 2.6.24 kernel needs cpu_share adjustment for "niced" processes
Wrong. FAIR_USER_SCHED needs cpu_share adjustment. We prefer distros
to use FAIR_CGROUP_SCHED which gives much more control. To give fair
user scheduling, we prefer using a daemon which can be configured.
CFS in 2.6.24 kernel needs cpu_share adjustment for "niced" processes
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