On Thu, 2016-09-15 at 10:44 +0200, Maarten Lankhorst wrote:
> Op 14-09-16 om 19:07 schreef Imre Deak:
> > While user space has control over the scheduling priority of its
> > page
> > flipping thread, the corresponding work the driver schedules for
> > MMIO
> > flips always runs from the generic system workqueue which has some
> > scheduling overhead due it being CPU bound. This would hinder an
> > application that wants more stringent guarantees over flip timing
> > (to
> > avoid missing a flip at the next frame count).
> > 
> > Fix this by scheduling the work from a dedicated, unbound workqueue
> > which provides for minimal scheduling latency.
> I think it should use the same wq as intel_atomic_commit, either page
> flip should use
> system_unbound_wq, or atomic_commit should use this one.

Hm, I didn't notice system_unbound_wq, and I suppose there is no
advantage (smaller latency) in using a dedicated wq. So I can change
this to use system_unbound_wq.

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