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Linux Kernel "Zen" Downstream Pulls In A MuQSS Fix To Help Gaming Performance

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  • #21
    I tried it and it is buggy.
    On work PC: "make" reports file time changes, build tools run in a loop because these think that the file changes and VPN didn't want to connect, throwing random errors...
    On home PC: Window resize would be laggy and animations in general were weird.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by nranger View Post

      Code:
      ]$ sudo echo "kernel.sched_nr_migrate = 128" > /etc/sysctl.d/30-core_sched.conf
      to make a sysctl value get auto-loaded on boot. 'sysctl -a' to get a list of sysctl values that your system supports.
      Thanks!

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      • #23
        Will the ck-zen kernel still be more responsive than the zen kernel with the MuQSS changes?

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