As being the most recent occurrence of the (not so accute ;-) ) problem I'm facing is that precise thread.
After precisely answering OP's question (as worded), read & wrote n+1 comments, I (in the linked case I understand we are two contributors sharing the same understanding) realize that OP's real problem is in no way related to the question as worded. (and, BTW, even less with the title).
In the example given, OPs is asking about performance impact of RT scheduling when, in practice, we can discover that OP's real problem is with benchmarking in general.
The question just cannot be edited… (would need to change every word)
It surely should be closed in order for other honest members of the community to avoid wasting their time answering to the question as worded BUT, amongst the reasons offered for closing, I feel just incapable of selecting the most appropriate.
Not to say that, for actually closing, this would need 4 other voters… who would need to carefully read multiple answers & n+1 comments in order to acknowledge the pertinence of the close request…
I wouldn't myself do that in whatever thread I would not have been myself implied…
< trolling >Hmmm… this being debatable at the price of terdon's 58 gold badges added to Kusalananda's knowledge of bash< /trolling >
So… what is the appropriate action I should undertake ?