SCHED_ULE should not be the default
george+freebsd at m5p.com
Wed Dec 14 01:37:48 UTC 2011
On 12/13/11 18:02, Marcus Reid wrote:
> The issues that I've seen with ULE on the desktop seem to be caused by X
> taking up a steady amount of CPU, and being demoted from being an
> "interactive" process. X then becomes the bottleneck for other
> processes that would otherwise be "interactive". Try 'renice -20
> <pid_of_X>' and see if that makes your problems go away.
renice on X has no effect. Stopping my compute-bound dnetc process
immediately speeds everything up; restarting it slows it back down.
On 12/13/11 19:01, mdf at freebsd.org wrote:
> Has anyone experiencing problems tried to set sysctl
1 appears to be the default value for kern.sched.steal_thresh.
-- George Mitchell
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