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Catching up on the comments on this, it seems like nobody has enough certainty to say it will work well enough.

In Linux, the scheduler is pluggable, which lets other non-default schedulers be shipped and tried in the real world.

- See schedutil, introduced in Linux 4.7 in 2016 default for some architectures in 2020, in 2021 still not default everywhere.

Similarly I think this needs more testing than it will get living here as a bug.   If, like Linux the scheduler was pluggable, it could be shipped and enabled by real users that were brave enough and data could be collected.
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