Adaptive Tickless Kernel Still Being Adapted
While in development for nearly two years without merging, the adaptive tickless Linux kernel support is still being developed.
The adaptive tickless kernel support ended up being a big endeavour as well as getting other kernel developers to review the patches.
In a new status update from Frederic Weisbecker, he writes, "So the process seem to be in a better direction now. Summer holidays have naturally made it a bit smoother and the rythm will probably stay that way until the end of ksummit/linuxcon/LPC. But I have the feeling we are moving forward. No schedule plans, but once I get the above topics sorted out, I'll probably work on timekeeping handling in adaptive tickless CPUs. And then the rest..."
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