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Efficient meta-scheduling has been demonstrated to be essential in order to provide quality of service (QoS) in grids. Thus, several proposals have been presented to this end. This paper presents a performance evaluation of an autonomic network-aware meta-scheduler (ANM), compared with another network-aware grid meta-scheduler (Gridbus Broker). Simulation results demonstrate the ability of ANM to make better meta-scheduling decisions than Gridbus, resulting in better performance from the users' point of view.