Early Independent Benchmarks Of The MuQSS Scheduler
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 21 November 2016 at 06:28 AM EST. 9 Comments
MuQSS is the successor to the BFS scheduler and its first major release was last month for this scheduler that currently doesn't have any ambitions to go mainline. On OpenBenchmarking.org this weekend were some independent benchmarks of the new scheduler.

Done by a third-party, there are some CFS, MuQSS, and Xanmod kernel benchmarks. The tests weren't done by me so I can't vouge for them, but they were facilitated via the Phoronix Test Suite.

Stop by OpenBenchmarking.org if you are interested in that data, but for the most part no big or dramatic surprises.
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