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+ - Linux real-time scheduler SCHED_DEADLINE v7 released->

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c1oud
c1oud writes "ReTiS Lab and Evidence Srl have just released SCHED_DEADLINE v7 on LKML.

SCHED_DEADLINE is a new deadline-based real-time task scheduling policy for the Linux kernel with bandwidth isolation (aka "resource reservation") capabilities. It supports global/clustered multiprocessor scheduling through dynamic task migrations.

This is a major release, and the RFC tag has been now removed. It seems also that the interest from the industry is growing."

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Linux real-time scheduler SCHED_DEADLINE v7 released

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