|Original author(s)||Jeff Roberson|
|Initial release||26 January 2003|
|Stable release||3.0 (27 February 2008) [±]|
ULE is the default scheduler for the FreeBSD operating system (versions 7.1 and forward) for the i386 and AMD64 architectures. It was introduced in FreeBSD version 5, but it was disabled by default for a time in favor of the traditional BSD scheduler until it reached maturity. The BSD scheduler does not make full use of SMP or SMT, which is important in modern computing environments. The primary goal of the ULE project is to make better use of SMP and SMT environments. ULE should improve performance in both uniprocessor and multiprocessor environments, as well as interactive response under heavy load. The user may switch between the BSD scheduler and ULE using a kernel compile-time tunable.
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- Jeff Roberson. "ULE 2.0". Retrieved 2008-09-02.
- "FreeBSD Handbook". Chapter 8 Configuring the FreeBSD Kernel. Retrieved 2009-03-18.
- McKusick, M.K.; Neville-Neil, G.V. (2004). The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System. Pearson Education. ISBN 9780321680037. Retrieved 2014-06-15.
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