[rc5] rc5 nicness
pt95cho at student.hk-r.se
Thu Oct 9 11:29:23 EDT 1997
At 18:09 1997-10-09 +1200, you wrote:
>On Tue, 7 Oct 1997 22:37:53 -0400 (EDT), TwinTowers || wrote:
>>I think the point is, the GC has been designed to run or work only when
>>the system is idle. So no matter how high its priority, it won't do any
>>work as long as RC5 is taking up all the CPU time.
>But how does it know when the system is idle?
>Monitor disk I/O, memory I/O, CPU temperature, K/B activity? i expect
The GC knows that there is SysIdle time when the System Idle process is
sending out system idle event. The idéa is to let RC5 client fake the
SysIdle process so the system still thinks it got system idle time even
though it hasn't.
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