xruns at a period of 10 minutes
christopherstamper at gmail.com
Sat May 3 18:44:29 BST 2008
Pull the ethernet cable.
On Sat, May 3, 2008 at 2:36 AM, Fabien Juchniewicz <fabien at juchniewicz.eu>
> You should try to stop the "network monitor". By stoppping it, I achieve
> no xruns at 0,667ms of latency !
> You can try also to launch jackd with something like : nice -n-15 jackd
> XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX to be sure to have a highest priority.
> my 0.02€ [image: :-)]
> Le vendredi 02 mai 2008 à 23:36 +0200, hollunder at gmx.at a écrit :
> I get quite reliably a single xrun at a period of exactly 10 minutes,
> and I haven't found the problem yet.
> Since it's exactly 10 minutes I suspect that it is some system-thing,
> but even deactivating anacron didn't help.
> I somehow suspect that it is some network stuff, so if you happen to
> know of a heavy network activity that happens at that interval, please
> tell me.
> I don't get the xrun completely reliable, but almost, and the period
> didn't change, so it may be at xx.3, xx.13, xx.33, x.43,...
> The jack settings are more on the lowlatency-side, about 8ms on my usb
> device, and otherwise quite stable.
> (/usr/bin/jackd -R -P70 -p128 -dalsa -r44100 -p128 -n3 -D -Chw:1 -Phw:1
> -i2 -o2 -Xseq)
> I wonder if other users experience something similar or have some ideas.
> Thanks in advance,
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