Rick Lindsley


Rick Lindsley has been involved in Unix and Linux for almost 30 years. He’s had his fingers in everything from early Unix boot drivers and security issues to, most recently, the Linux scheduler and other kernel internals. He’s been a member of the Linux Technology Center for nine years. He is an adjunct professor at Washington State University-TriCities, and assists in coordinating kernel brown bag sessions within IBM.

Proposals for this user

* Scheduler measurement revisited

Is it time to update or remove schedstats?
Kernel/Userspace/User Interfaces 06/15/2009
Rick Lindsley