Re: RT patch acceptance
From: Gene Heskett
Date: Wed May 25 2005 - 08:26:24 EST
On Wednesday 25 May 2005 01:17, Nick Piggin wrote:
>Gene Heskett wrote:
>>On Tuesday 24 May 2005 22:20, Andrew Morton wrote:
>>>Sven Dietrich <sdietrich@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>I think people would find their system responsiveness /
>>>> tunability goes up tremendously, if you drop just a few
>>>> unimportant IRQs into threads.
>>>People cannot detect the difference between 1000usec and 50usec
>>>latencies, so they aren't going to notice any changes in
>>>responsiveness at all.
>You are excused ;)
>> 1 second (1000 usecs, 200 times your 50 usec example) is
>1000usecs is 1msec.
Duh, my mistake. And it probably wouldn't do to plead alzheimers
>This is a topic that for some reason will tend to degenerate into a
> random shouting match where nobody actually says anything or
> listens to anything, and nothing gets done. Not to say you are
> trying to start a flamewar, Gene, but everyone just needs to tread
> a bit carefully :)
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