At 03:27 PM 6/2/2003 -0400, Tom Sightler wrote:
>On Mon, 2003-06-02 at 13:28, Ingo Molnar wrote:
> > to prove this point, could you try and renice wineserver to -10 (as root)
> > - does that fix the latency issues still?
> > (if this doesnt then it could be the foreground process starving yet
> > another process - we have to find out which one.)
>Yes, I thought the same thing, and I did just that, but no, it doesn't
>fix the latency issue. This system has very little running, I made sure
>that there were no sound servers such as esd or arts running, nothing.
>Basically, a plain KDE (with artsd disabled), mozilla, and Crossover
>wine plugin. Even though I couldn't see how it would affect anything I
>tried bumping up the priorities of other processes such as mozilla
>itself, X, etc. Nothing fixed the problem except for lowering the
>priority of the wine process.
Feel like trying something else for grins? If it's thud.c type starvation
you're seeing, the attached club should beat it into submission.
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