BIRQ (Balance IRQs) balances interrupts between CPUs on Linux while under high loads. It is written in C with no external dependencies.
|Licenses||BSD Revised GPL|
Release Notes: Sometimes, while under a really high load, the previous version of birq can mistakenly blacklist IRQs on start. This has been fixed in birq-1.1.1, along with fixes for some warnings.
Release Notes: The proximity configuration file is implemented. It's useful for platforms with broken NUMA node proximity. Using this configuration file, the user can set PCI device proximity to a specific NUMA node or to a subset of CPUs (CPU mask).
Release Notes: First version.