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BFS

Post by 0phidian on Thu Sep 20, 2012 6:10 pm
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I been compiling my own linux kernels lately and have heard about BSF(Brain Fuck Scheduler). From what I've read It gives lower latency on desktops and laptops. Has anyone else used this? I have a core i5 in my laptop and it's pretty fast as is, so I'm wondering if I would see any significant performance increase with BFS over CFS(the default).
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Re: BFS

Post by Acidiferous on Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:26 am
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Just read a little bit about it.

Did you try it? And was there any performance increase worth mentioning?
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Post by 0phidian on Thu Nov 29, 2012 2:07 pm
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Acidiferous wrote:Just read a little bit about it.

Did you try it? And was there any performance increase worth mentioning?


I didnt really notice a significant difference, but my machine was very fast and reponsive to begin with. It would have probably made more of a difference if I had tried it on some older hardware.
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