On Tue, 2003-07-01 at 14:04, Con Kolivas wrote:
> >When I say "X feels jerky", I mean that I can notice the scheduler is
> >not giving the X server enough CPU cycles (I mean, a continuous,
> >smaller, but more frequent CPU timeslice) to perform window movement and
> >redrawing fast enough to get ~25fps. Also, I don't think it's related to
> >the video card. The combo patch I did with Mike's + Ingo's enhacements
> >works beautifully for me.
> Actually just the bastardised Ingo patch will do that on it's own. However
> that's never going to be incorporated.
So, I guess we won't have the option to choose between different CPU
schedulers (desktop or server, for example), like we have in -mm kernels
with IO schedulers (deadline or anticipatory).
Seriously talking, I prefer to have the best performance in my server
boxes, but for my laptop, I prefer shorter timeslices, lower peformance
and better turnaround times and a wiser CPU scheduler. Just my two
It's sad to say but I feel the vanilla 2.5 CPU scheduler doesn't match
my end-user preferences :-(
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