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sachinchhatna 07-06-2012 12:47 AM

scheduler for multi core architecture
 
Dear Sir/Madam,
I want to know what are the scope of improvements for existing schedulers of multi core architecture.
regards,
sachinagarwalla

syg00 07-06-2012 02:33 AM

Duplicate - see here

TB0ne 07-06-2012 09:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sachinchhatna (Post 4720533)
Dear Sir/Madam,
I want to know what are the scope of improvements for existing schedulers of multi core architecture.
regards,
sachinagarwalla

Then read your other thread, where you asked the same question, and it was ANSWERED.

sundialsvcs 07-06-2012 12:04 PM

Maybe we should replace the "traditional" college degree with a link to http://lmgtfy.com ?

After all, you don't actually need to know anything, or how to do anything, if you can just ask someone else in the world to provide the answer for you.

... except that you do. :tisk:

"Sure, Google is great, but." When I've got a need to get an answer, I need that answer from an expert, not a researcher. While an "expert" is, of course, a "researcher," a "researcher" most certainly is not an "expert!"

Furthermore, even a "researcher" is someone who knows how to get an answer on his/her own, from resources such as the Linux source-code documentation directories; perhaps (and wisely...) validating his/her conclusions from other outside sources, but not wholly relying on them.

No matter what country you live in ... if you can't do that ... if you don't understand that you have to do that ... you're an imposter, not even a student. Much less an expert to be relied-upon with any sort of weighty decision!

Quote:

"Foo! You are nothing but a charlatan!"
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