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Completely Fair Scheduler

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  1. the name of a task scheduler which was merged into the 2.6.23 release of the Linux kernel

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  2. From Molnar's description, CFS is an implementation of a well-studied, classic scheduling algorithm called fair queuing

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  3. handles CPU resource allocation for executing processes, and aims to maximize overall CPU utilization while maximizing interactive performance

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  4. written by Ingo Molnar

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  5. In contrast to the previous O(1) scheduler used in older Linux 2.6 kernels, the CFS scheduler implementation is not based on runqueues

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  6. Instead a red-black tree implements a 'timeline' of future task execution

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