Package Base Details: linux-raspberrypi4-cacule

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/linux-raspberrypi4-cacule.git (read-only, click to copy)
Submitter: ptr1337
Maintainer: ptr1337
Last Packager: ptr1337
Votes: 2
Popularity: 1.32
First Submitted: 2021-04-19 16:07
Last Updated: 2021-06-19 11:59

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ptr1337 commented on 2021-04-19 18:09

Youll find a readme in my github repo for some tips and tricks https://github.com/ptr1337/linux-cacule-aur

This is a experimental kernel with a the cacule (rdb) scheduler which is a cfs replacement and its running great on x86_64 machines.

The package can be used for armv7 and aarch64.

If you want to use the Response Driven Balancer you need to change in the config following line: CONFIG_CACULE_RDB=n to CONFIG_CACULE_RDB=y

Also be careful if using USB-Boot because the PKGBUILD will change something in your /boot/cmdline.txt. A backup will be created of your old one, change the =root=/dev/(rootpartiton)

More information's about the scheduler you will find here: https://github.com/hamadmarri/cacule-cpu-scheduler

I have built the kernel already on arm64, armv7 and it booted worked so far on archlinuxarm.

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ptr1337 commented on 2021-04-19 18:09

Youll find a readme in my github repo for some tips and tricks https://github.com/ptr1337/linux-cacule-aur

This is a experimental kernel with a the cacule (rdb) scheduler which is a cfs replacement and its running great on x86_64 machines.

The package can be used for armv7 and aarch64.

If you want to use the Response Driven Balancer you need to change in the config following line: CONFIG_CACULE_RDB=n to CONFIG_CACULE_RDB=y

Also be careful if using USB-Boot because the PKGBUILD will change something in your /boot/cmdline.txt. A backup will be created of your old one, change the =root=/dev/(rootpartiton)

More information's about the scheduler you will find here: https://github.com/hamadmarri/cacule-cpu-scheduler

I have built the kernel already on arm64, armv7 and it booted worked so far on archlinuxarm.