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Symbiotic Jobscheduling with Priorities for a Simultaneous Multithreading Processor

By Allan Snavely, Dean M. Tullsen and Geoff Voelker


Simultaneous Multithreading machines benefit from jobscheduling software that monitors how well coscheduled jobs share CPU resources, and coschedules jobs that interact well to make more efficient use of those resources. As a result, informed coscheduling can yield significant performance gains over naive schedulers. However, prior work on coscheduling focused on equal-priority job mixes, which is an unrealistic assumption for modern operating systems

Topics: Job Scheduling, Priorities
Year: 2002
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