On Thu, 01 Feb 2001 19:23:04 +0100, Cejka Rudolf wrote:

> After reading commit logs, I understand that:
> * Scheduling in -current should not cause locks, but nice is again broken.
> * Scheduling in -stable can cause locks (?!?), but nice works perfectly.
> I could not believe that my understandings are correct. Please, could
> anybody explain to me the real scheduler status?

What I remember of the discussions that surrounded this one, your
summary is correct.  The only thing is that nice isn't so much _broken_
as it just isn't doing what you'd expect it to. :-)

I don't think any of the FreeBSD manual pages suggest that nice 20
processes aren't supposed to get _any_ CPU time.


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