A technique for scheduling tasks to be run at a specific time or on a specific event.

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Using sched_rt_period_us for setting maximum time between task calls of order of 10ms

I realize sched_rt_period_us and sched_rt_runtime_us are meant to prevent freezing the system in case of runaway RT task. I wonder though, if it's possible to use a small value of sched_rt_period_us ...
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Can a real-time process exist in the 'expired' queue of linux kernel?

In the Linux kernel 2.4: Real-time processes are given a priority of 0-99 and they co-exist in the ready queue along with the nice processes (who's priority goes between 100 and 139). But real-time ...
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How does handling an interrupt affects a multi-threaded user space process?

Say, I put a breakpoint (int 3 from now on) somewhere in a user space process code. One of the threads hits the breakpoint... And what happens next? My judgement is: this is an interrupt, so it is ...
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Run command after nice command has finished

I have 3 nice commands that are dumping some databases, and compress assets for a backup. After that, the files should be copied to another server. I'm using this command: nice mysqldump -u user1 ...
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How to trace process scheduling of certain process?

For a project at my university I am researching ways to trace, log and manipulate the process scheduling of certain processes. I would like to launch an number of applications, everyone in a single ...
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Is there such a scheduler and is it feasible?

I read about a scheduling algorithm called EDD which always works on the next deadline and that is feasible. Would it also be feasible to within each time windows or slice, work on all processor or ...
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Configure job to expire

I'm learning Linux at the moment and were doing some exercises scheduling jobs with cron and crontab, but I'm wondering if it's possible to limit the amount of times that the scheduled job is ran. ...
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What is the minimum round robin scheduing interval supported by Linux?

For some reason, I want to have 10 processes share the same CPU core by affinity. As you know, to achieve CPU sharing between processes, we can exploit the Linux round robin (RR) scheduling policy. ...
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how to stop kernel threads preempting real time user space processes?

I created some processes in user space and tried to visualize its working in kernelshark with the trace recorded using trace-cmd. But kernel processes like the ones shown below are preempting my ...
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So the design of client-server separation is not the bottleneck of X Window?

In the answer of this, it mentioned: People also hear that X uses the "network" and think this is going to be a performance bottleneck. "Network" here means local UNIX domain socket, which has ...
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Spawning processes on a job stack

I have a hobbyist server on which I want users to upload a file, and then receive the overcome of some processing (server-side) over the given file. I am doing the processing synchronously so that for ...
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at daemon creates empty tasks

I have problem with atd daemon. If at is called by non-root, it creates task, but it is empty (content of /var/spool/atd). I do not remember what I have done before it broke that way. What else ...
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Client-server app for sending and monitoring asynchronous jobs

I am looking for a desktop app/IDE in which you can: Maintain a list of UNIX/Linux connections Be able to write a script locally in a local editor, not SCP files to the host or writing them on the ...
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Does the timeslice depend on process priority or not under Completely Fair Scheduling?

I'm trying to understand the Completely Fair Scheduler (CFS). According to Robert Love in Linux Kernel Development, 3rd edition(italics his, bold mine): Rather than assign each process a ...
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How do I interpret an entry about cron in Gnome System Log Viewer

Apologies if this turns out to be a trivial question. I am trying to set up a regular backup of my files prior to installing Fedora 19 instead of my current Fedora 12. In November 2013 I started a ...