A development blog of what Con Kolivas is doing with code at the moment with the emphasis on linux kernel, MuQSS, BFS and -ck.
Thanks for the update! Can't wait for a 5.3 refresh. Your scheduler is leaps and bounds ahead of others in terms of power consumption and desktop usage.
This.No worries.Well worth the wait.Thanks.
Work/life balance is important. Take care dude :)(and yes I'm aware of your dayjob)
I've tried cfs since a long time again for fast FPS gaming - cfs just doesn't work for latency sensitive gaming - input is delayed and feels very inconsistent. So I'm on 5.2-MuQSS ofc.
dude, you are a master of encouragement and motivation :)))
Yeah, he's absolutely right.
Well, input latency in Quake ruins my day ;) MuQSS is the best scheduler for flick shots ofc.Btw, maybe it makes sense to include steams fsync-kernel-patches into the ck-patchset. They intorduce a synchronization primitive which improves synchronization latency in wine a lot. I'm not sure where the official patches are - I'm using this two futex patches: https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/tree/?h=linux-fsyncThey work fine on MuQSS.
MuQSS & fsync implemented in the following repositoryhttps://github.com/zen-kernel/zen-kernel/
I'm happy to accept minor changes and bugfixes as PRs, but I need to do a major version resync myself, and that's what's delayed this time. Could still be another week.
Yeah man was wondering about this, didn't even notice it was out of date. Thanks for at least taking the time to post about it