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SubjectRe: [patch v4 0/18] sched: simplified fork, release load avg and power awareness scheduling
On 01/24/2013 11:06 AM, Alex Shi wrote:
> Since the runnable info needs 345ms to accumulate, balancing
> doesn't do well for many tasks burst waking. After talking with Mike
> Galbraith, we are agree to just use runnable avg in power friendly
> scheduling and keep current instant load in performance scheduling for
> low latency.
> So the biggest change in this version is removing runnable load avg in
> balance and just using runnable data in power balance.
> The patchset bases on Linus' tree, includes 3 parts,

Would you like to give some comments, Ingo? :)

Best regards!

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