> The fact that the problem is hard has not stopped developers from trying to improve the situation, [...]
And that's why it's called Linux. Giving up and calling something impossible should never happen.
> "kill -9" should really work at all times.
It's being addressed, yay! I was fighting this yesterday.
> In general, any new kernel which shows a 1% or higher performance regression is deemed to not be good enough.
That is definitely very sensitive. It's great that kernel devs are able to hold up to it though.
This was an extremely interesting article. Thanks for taking the time. :)