Common Approaches to RealTime Scheduling


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1 Common Approaches to RealTime Scheduling Clockdriven timedriven schedulers Prioritydriven schedulers Examples of priority driven schedulers Effective timing constraints The EarliestDeadlineFirst EDF Scheduler and its optimality Common Approaches to RealTime Scheduling Clockdriven timedriven schedulers Scheduling decisions are made at specific time instants, which are typically chosen a priori. Prioritydriven schedulers Scheduling decisions are made when particular events in the system occur, e.g. a job becomes available processor becomes idle Workconserving: processor is busy whenever there is work to be done.
2 ClockDriven TimeDriven  Overview Scheduling decision time: point in time when scheduler decides which job to execute next. Scheduling decision time in clockdriven schedulers is defined a priori. For example: Scheduler periodically wakes up and generates a portion of the schedule. scheduler job A B C D C A C Special case: When job parameters are known a priori, schedule can be precomputed offline, and stored as a table tabledriven schedulers. PriorityDriven  Overview Basic rule: Never leave processor idle when there is work to be done. such schedulers are also called work conserving Based on listdriven, greedy scheduling. Examples: FIFO, LIFO, SET, LET, EDF. Possible implementation of preemptive prioritydriven scheduling: Assign priorities to jobs. Scheduling decisions are made when ob becomes ready Processor becomes idle Priorities of jobs change At each scheduling decision time, choose ready task with highest priority. In nonpreemptive case, scheduling decisions are made only when processor becomes idle. 2
3 Scheduling Decisions ready 4 running 2 3 waiting Scheduling decision points:. The running process changes from running to waiting current CPU burst of that process is over. 2. The running process terminates. 3. A waiting process becomes ready new CPU burst of that process begins. 4. The current process switches from running to ready. job ID execution time : 2 : 2 : 4 : L, 2,, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 5 : 3 Proc : 3 6 : 2 7 : 8 7 LET 5, 8, 2, 6,,, 4, L 8,, 2,, 4, 5, 6, 7 3
4 2 6 4 : 2 :2 : 4 : L, 2,, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 5 :3 8 :3 6 :2 7 : : 2 :2 : 4 : 5 :3 Proc :3 6 :2 7 : 8 7 LET 5, 8, 2, 6,,, 4, 7 4
5 : 2 :2 : 4 : 5 :3 8 :3 6 :2 7 : L 8,, 2,, 4, 5, 6, : 2 :2 : 4 : 5 : L, 2,, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Proc :3 6 :2 7 : 8 7 LET 5, 8, 2, 6,,, 4, L 8,, 2,, 4, 5, 6, 7 5
6 Effective Timing Constraints Timing constraints often inconsistent with precedence constraints. Example: d > d 2, but 2 Effective timing constraints on single processor: Effective release time: r i eff : max {ri, {r j eff j i } Effective deadline: d i eff : min {di, {r j eff j i } Theorem: A set of obs can be feasibly scheduled on a processor if and only if it can be feasibly scheduled to meet all effective release times and deadlines. Interlude: The EDF Algorithm The EDF EarliestDeadlineFirst Algorithm: At any time, execute that available job with the earliest deadline. Theorem: Optimality of EDF In a system one processor and with preemptions allowed, EDF can produce a feasible schedule of a job set with arbitrary release times and deadlines iff such a schedule exists. Proof: by schedule transformation. 6
7 Proof of Optimality of EDF Assume that arbitrary schedule S meets timing constraints. For S to not be an EDF schedule, we must have the following situation: S is EDF up to here interval A interval B portion of j portion of i r i, r j d i d j Proof of Optimality of EDF 2 We now have two cases. Case : LA > LB A B portion of j portion of i r i, r j B d i d j 7
8 Proof of Optimality of EDF 3 We now have two cases. Case 2: LA < LB A B portion of j portion of i r i, r j A d i d j EDF Not Always Optimal Case : When preemption is not allowed: 2 3 r i 0, 2, 4, d i 0, 4, 2, e i Case 2: On more than one processor: 2 3 ri 0, 0, 0, di 4, 4, 5, ei 5 2 8
9 Preemptive Scheduling of obs with Arbitrary Release Times, Deadlines, Execution Times Determine schedule over a hyperperiod. Formulate scheduling problem as network flow problem. I 2 I 2 Source e i i I j I j Sink n I m n I m I I m r r 2 d d 2 r 3 r 4 d 4 d 3 t NP Completeness of NonPreempt Deadline Scheduling Theorem: The problem of scheduling a nonpreemptable set of jobs,..., i,... n, each with release time r i, deadline d i, and execution time e i is NPcomplete. Proof: Transformation from PARTITION [Garey/ohnson,979] Given: Finite set A {A,..., A i,..., A m }, each element of size a i. Let Partition A into two sets, each of same size. Define a job set,..., m+, as follows: B/2 B/2 m+ 0 B/2 B/2+ B+ 9
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