[Bug 131094] Re: Heavy Disk I/O harms desktop responsiveness

Ben Gamari bgamari at gmail.com
Wed Jul 8 21:27:53 UTC 2009

While there are certainly a lot of considerations here, I fail to see
how KMS (kernel mode setting) could ever even _possibly_ affect desktop
responsiveness. Most sessions changes modes once, if that. Once the mode
is set and framebuffer is setup KMS is entirely out of the picture.
Let's not pretend there are more variables than there really are.

Heavy Disk I/O harms desktop responsiveness
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