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[Xen-devel] Minimum time-quantum for a DomU
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- From: "Amitayu Das" <amitayudas@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2006 07:47:28 -0500
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How can we know about the minimum time-quantum that a Xen scheduler
allocates for a DomU? How big or less is that compared to the
of one jiffy? Please note that I'm not asking for a slice value within
a period. In order to schedule a DomU for a total time of slice value
within a period, what is the minimum time that a DomU would be
scheduled by Hypervisor each time within a period? I'm asking w.r.t.
default settings available with Xen 3.0 and sedf scheduler.
If anybody knows, please let me know.
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