From: Sam Vilain (sam_at_vilain.net)
Date: Wed 03 Jul 2002 - 12:07:36 BST
What I would like would be something like being able to plug the
networking scheduling modules (QoS) into the CPU scheduler :-) If a Token
Bucket Filter system were to be used, the extra cpu is still available
when not in use.
Hmm, wonder if they're fast enough or whether it would require huge scheduler hackery...
Nuno Silva <nuno.silva_at_sectium.com> wrote:
> Just saw this one in freshmeat and couldn't resist sharing it with the
> folks from the excelent vserver package :)
> It's like the "nice" command but you can limit processor usage (by
> percentage) for a given task.
> I hope this works well with vserver or even gets integrated with it! :)
> Nuno Silva
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