thiago at kde.org
Wed Apr 11 14:20:57 PDT 2012
On quarta-feira, 11 de abril de 2012 09.49.49, Havoc Pennington wrote:
> If you were to split the system into "dbus-daemon" and "everything
> else" and say that when both need CPU, the CPU should be divided
> equally between those two groups, I wonder if that would solve the
> scheduling problem. I don't know if it's possible.
I think it makes sense: if D-Bus is used as a communication mechanism between
two apps, it should get as much opportunity to handle its input as those two
are generating data for the daemon.
I'm not sure we need to do an equal division of CPU time, though. In fact,
wouldn't it suffice to ensure that the daemon has a higher priority?
Also, I imagine that the applications need more CPU time between messages than
the daemon, so even if it had an less than equal share compared to the
senders, it should still suffice.
I still need to RTFP though....
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