Re: [PATCH] kthread: run kthreadd with max priority SCHED_FIFO

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On Sat, 2007-12-22 at 04:52 -0500, Jon Masters wrote:

> So, user tasks running with SCHED_FIFO should be able to lock a system?
> I guess I see both sides of this argument - yes, it's userspace at
> fault, but in other cases when userspace is at fault, we take action
> (OOM, segfault, others). Isn't this situation just another case where
> the kernel needs to avoid the evils of userland going awry?

FYI, Ingo queued the below.


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