[ECOS] [PATCH] mlqueue scheduler tracing

Jonathan Larmour jlarmour@redhat.com
Mon May 20 15:13:00 GMT 2002

Thomas Koeller wrote:
> Hi,
> when using the ecos tracing facilities with buffered output I found
> that the multi-level scheduler (mlqueue.cxx) generates a line of
> output for every time slice consumed by a thread, so my tracing
> buffer was filled up with countless lines telling me that the scheduler
> had decided to re-schedule the current thread, something I wasn't
> interested in at all. The information I was collecting had almost
> been shifted out of the buffer. Looking at mlqueue.cxx I found
> that obviously someone wanted to make real sure that nobody
> could ever turn off these messages without editing the code, so I
> did just that. Patch attached.

I agree. Patch applied.

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