A development blog of what Con Kolivas is doing with code at the moment with the emphasis on linux kernel, MuQSS, BFS and -ck.
Yes !! Very fast ty. <3 <3 <3
This great! Thank you very much for your innovation with BFS, CK!
Con, any luck with getting CPU cgroup supported by BFS?
Why? Did I ever suggest I was going to? It was never planned nor is it needed.
It would be nice to utilize lxc fully with that feature implemented.
Just compiling linux-4.6.2What about this gcc-5.4 warning:---kernel/sched/bfs.o: warning: objtool: __schedule()+0x6da: duplicate frame pointer save---
But runs well since days without errors.Very thanx
Hi! I'm done with (stupid, maybe) porting to 4.7-rc4In this kernel was changed interface(?) with scheduler. I'm port the changes from cfsHere is link:https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0HmvX_y0YB5U2hsbUM4SVdUaUE/view?usp=sharingDo i do this in the right way? I'm using it now.Sorry for my English.
Hello, thanks for BFS !Since quiete a long time I use what archlinux call linux-ck with great pleasure.But since 4.6.3-1-ck (4.6.3-1-ARCH does suspend and resume well) I can't suspend to ram and resume anymore (I have also tested 4.6.4-1-ck which don't work in that aspect and 4.6.4-1-ARCH which "works").I am not absolutely certain the problem is with BFS and I don't know what to provide as info to help find and solve this problem.I have an I7 3770k Ivybridge with the included intel gfx, no other gfx cards).Thanks again !
Sounds like mainline made a change to the suspend mechanism (yet again) which breaks BFS; presumably a back-port from the next pre-release patch. Not the first time it's happened. I don't usually have time to go fixing minor point releases.
4.6.2-ck doesn't work on suspend either. pretty sure whole 4.6 series does not with bfs. Also intel here, haswell, macbook pro laptop.