After testing several different schedulers, i have found one and it is fantastic.
It feels much more responsive then other scheduler’s ive tested (ive tested mostly every scheduler, bmq, muqss, pds, upds)
If compiling something and doing some other heavy work, no lags or something else.
Gaming feels much more responsive and less input lag,
Xanmod also implemented the cacule scheduler in his kernel, and the feedback is also great, i can only suggest everyone who wants a responsive desktop and also a great gaming experience to test the scheduler.
Take a watch at his GitHub for more detailed information’s.
I have also created a kernel builder with some other patches in, but not overloaded with patches.
You can enable winesync, futex and futex2, ive enabled them on default, just edit the PKGBUILD like youre whishes.
Also when you build the kernel, it will ask for GCC Optimizations, if youre unsure which architecture youre using, just take the NATIVE_INTEL or NATIVE_AMD.
There is also an experimental Response Driven Balancer (RDB) | Load-Balancer
more informations you will find in the GitHub from the creator of it.
There is also a aur package for it:
Feedback would be nice!