Now RIFS v3 will have two RC version first.
RC-1 is now avaliable.
RC-2 is still being written.
using it thus far.
the most intensive task I do in a normal day is compiling the kernel -j2 and watching a 720p/1080p movie. all works great with this. Maybe better than BFS, but this stuff is so subjective... BFS had hiccups sometimes.
Eagerly waiting for a cleaner patch :D
It would be interesting to test it with a 16 tracks recording with the realtime kernel. Maybe I will do it in the future, I'm quite busy right now.
RC2 have been released. :-)
Yes, but why would we need them? We're all big boys, we now how to revert things ;)
Could you help me to try these two RC versions of RIFS V3 and tell me which one works better or they are worse than RIFS V2 ? Thanks for your help very much! :D
Algorithm of RC1: MLFQ(pure, all pick next case)+Bounding Rotary : O(1) Time complexity
Algorithm of RC2: MLFQ(static timeslice+half timeslice priority raise, preempting pick next case)+EEVDF(timeslice ending pick next case[Actually for preventing starvation]) : O(1) Time complexity
Sorry.. why is your newest file RC1? is that different from the one released earlier? or is it mislabeled and it's in fact RC2?