On Fri, Feb 02, 2018 at 01:34:58PM -0500, Steven Sistare wrote:
> Actually, I take back my take back. I suspect the primary benefit
> of random selection is that it breaks up resonance states where
> CPUs that are busy tend to stay busy, and CPUs that are idle tend
> to stay idle, which is reinforced by starting the search at target =
> last cpu ran.
Which, according to there here patches:
is a good thing, because of power management.