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  • Linux 5.3 Lands Support For Tracking AVX-512 Usage

    Phoronix: Linux 5.3 Lands Support For Tracking AVX-512 Usage

    After being delayed from earlier kernel cycles, Linux 5.3 will allow for tracking the last time a process made use of AVX-512 in order for user-space schedulers to provide better task placement...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...e-Track-AVX512

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    when x86 CPUs became so complex that user-space even needs to assist with optimal task scheduling, ..! :-/ next up: AI guided process scheduling (Patent pending)

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      Originally posted by rene View Post
      when x86 CPUs became so complex that user-space even needs to assist with optimal task scheduling, ..! :-/ next up: AI guided process scheduling (Patent pending)
      I would love to read a mock readme of a kernel based around buzzwords popular at the moment.

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        Originally posted by rene View Post
        when x86 CPUs became so complex that user-space even needs to assist with optimal task scheduling, ..! :-/ next up: AI guided process scheduling (Patent pending)
        Oh please no, no patent stuff or no future for Linux.

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