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Old 01-06-2011, 06:37 AM   #1
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interpretation of /proc/pid/sched output

Can someone help me in understanding the output of /proc/pid/shed
se.exec_start : 0.000000
se.vruntime : 26974.800748
se.sum_exec_runtime : 198.280320
nr_switches : 6531
se.load.weight : 1024
policy : 0
prio : 120
clock-delta : 352

I want to know what each entry means.

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That is debugging info.
Probably only way to work it out is to read the scheduler source.


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