To be specific, I am talking about Linux kernel Scheduling system after CFS patch merged.
Everywhere it is mentioned that in the CFS (completely fair scheduler) there is no fixed timeslice for the process and timeslice is calculated based on the equal division of the number of processes running in the system as they were executing in parallel in hardware. Figure explains it more ..
Still why we define the scheduler timeslice in the kernel?http://lxr.free-electrons.com/source...sched/rt.h#L62


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