Re: [PATCH] sched/rt: Move cpu rq properties from "struct rt_rq" to"struct rq"

From: Steven Rostedt
Date: Fri Dec 21 2012 - 07:51:47 EST

On Fri, 2012-12-21 at 10:35 +0400, Kirill Tkhai wrote:
> entity_1->my_q_1
> /
> /
> rq->rt -entity_2->my_q_2
> \
> \
> entity_n->my_q_n
> I say about child rt_rqs (my_q_1....my_q_n). They don't have rt_nr_total, rt_nr_migratory, overloaded and pushable_tasks.
> The only use of overloaded, for example, is "rq->rt.overloaded". The same with other variables.

You're missing the point. rt_rq is not just for entities, it's the
encapsulation of the rt class.

Now if you want to encapsulate the rt sched group, then you could add a
new struct and put that into the rt_rq struct and use that for all the
group functions. But please don't just cludder the rq struct with rt
specific data. The rt_rq was created as a container for the rt class.

-- Steve

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