Natty and RT Kernel (was "Maverick and RT")
Alessio Igor Bogani
abogani at ubuntu.com
Thu Sep 30 08:05:17 BST 2010
2010/9/30 Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net>:
> That's bad reasoning. Just because an app isn't ok, when using a
> kernel-rt, low latency without rt isn't the better solution.
> Independently, did you ensure that the kernel-rt runs with CPU frequency
> scaling set up to performance? And did you test what will happen, if you
> don't use rakarrack, but a heavy audio and MIDI set up? Did you compare
> JACK1 and JACK2? Etc.?
> Especially for external MIDI devices the so called Linux rt is far away
> from hard rt.
> Resume, even when using a kernel-rt, Linux is far away from hard rt, we
> do need support of the kernel-rt for multimedia work and all the apps,
> that do cause issues, when using a kernel-rt, need rework.
Sorry but my understanding of English is very limited.
Could you explain your thoughts in a more simple manner?
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