MuQSS CPU Scheduler 0.155 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 12 May 2017 at 06:42 AM EDT. Add A Comment
LINUX KERNEL --
Con Kolivas has released his latest version of the MuQSS CPU scheduler that succeeds the Brain BFS scheduler.

MuQSS 0.155 is now available along with his Linux-4.11-ck1 patch series. MuQSS continues to be designed for delivering maximum system responsiveness and interactivity with a focus on desktop workloads.

MuQSS 0.155 has a number of fixes, changes the skip lists to 25% probability of increased level, some preemption code tweaks, and other work.

More details on this updated out-of-tree CPU scheduler for the Linux kernel via this mailing list announcement.
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