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Old 06-24-2014, 10:07 PM   #1
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scheduler in latest version

what is the process scheduler used in latest kernel version and also in embedded system?can you give some information about it?
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If you mean the scheduling algorithm and the system calls related to scheduling ....than:

The Linux scheduler is a priority based scheduler that schedules tasks based upon their static and dynamic priorities. When these priorities are combined they form a task's goodness . Each time the Linux scheduler runs, every task on the run queue is examined and its goodness value is computed. The task with the highest goodness is chosen to run next.

The current latest stable kernel is 3.15.1-



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