Re: isolcpus weirdness

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Le vendredi 24 février 2006 à 17:02 +1100, Nick Piggin a écrit :
> So I don't consider it a bug, but I'm looking at things from a
> very scheduler-centric point of view. Perhaps it wouldn't be
> unreasonable to exclude init from isolated CPUs at bootup... I
> wouldn't be against such a patch.

Ok. As you may have read in RTAI document, the point of cpu isolation in
a real time system is to make sure nothing apart real time tasks run on
isolated cpus. So if on a RTAI patched kernel I find the linux task
running on one of them, I guess it's a RTAI issue.

Thanks for your answers.



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