One more minor problem - the first two patches are missing the
following defines, and result in compile issues:
#define MAX_INTERNODE_LB 40
#define MIN_INTERNODE_LB 4
#define NODE_BALANCE_RATIO 10
Looking through previous patches, and the 05 patch, I found
these defines and put them under the #if CONFIG_NUMA in sched.c
that defines node_nr_running and friends.
With these three lines added, I have a kernel built and booted
using the first numa-sched and numa-sched-add patches.
Test results will follow later in the day.
> On Tuesday 14 January 2003 17:23, Erich Focht wrote:
> > In the previous email the patch 02-initial-lb-2.5.58.patch had a bug
> > and this was present in the numa-sched-2.5.58.patch and
> > numa-sched-add-2.5.58.patch, too. Please use the patches attached to
> > this email! Sorry for the silly mistake...
> > Christoph, I used your way of coding nr_running_inc/dec now.
> > Regards,
> > Erich
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