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Non-Deathmatch: Preempt v. Low-Latency Patch 178 178

LiquidPC writes: "In this whitepaper on Linux Scheduler Latency, Clark Williams of Red Hat compares the performance of two popular ways to improve kernel Linux preemption latency -- the preemption patch pioneered by MontaVista and the low-latency patch pioneered by Ingo Molnar -- and discovers that the best approach might be a combination of both."
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Non-Deathmatch: Preempt v. Low-Latency Patch

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