> >If willingly and knowingly relinquinshing a CPU does not make it possible
> >for other processes to use what would otherwise have been your very own
> >of processing time then what could it be used for, I really wonder.
> It does! That's what it's for.
Good, and now that we agree:
Now back to the original point: sched_yield does not
do the above on Linux as of today, which was the point
of my original posting, and which is the reason Ingo
posted a scheduler patch.
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