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- Oct 2011
Playing with the Linux Scheduler
To begin with let me explain my system and then I will come to the problem.
My program forks 2 child processes. These child processes further start 2 user level threads (pthreads) and 2 kernel level threads (kthread). All these threads issue various system calls. I am using Ubuntu with Linux kernel 2.6.39-rc7
I want the following informtion about my system:
1. Scheduling information of the process and/or threads. ie. when was a particular process and/or thread scheduled.
2. Thread state information. ie. when and which thread is waiting for an I/O to get over. And is there a way, I can measure how much time does I/O takes?
3. Context switch information. ie. which system call caused the context switch and from which thread does this system call was called from?
Further, in case if I want to make changes to the linux scheduler and the context switch functionalities, then which files should I aim for?
I would really appreciate if you can answer all or part of these problems.