On Wednesday 02 July 2003 10:23, Con Kolivas wrote:
> This latest patch I'm formally announcing has the base O1int changes so far
> but includes new semantics for freshly started applications so they can
> become interactive very rapidly even during heavy load. This addresses the
> "slow to start new apps" evident in O1int so far.
> Please test this one and note given just how rapidly things can become
> interactive it may have regressions in other settings.
Without this patch, audio skips horribly when I drag a large window. With it,
audio is skipless during window dragging, so I like this patch, whatever it
does (maybe you'd like to do a victory lap and re-explain the theory?). It's
not perfect: in Mozilla, scrolling through a long page with the mouse still
I'm testing this on a AMD K7 1666 (actual) MHz, 512 MB, VIA VTxxx chipset,
Software is 2.5.73+Gnome+Metacity+ALSA+Zinf. Video hardware is S3 ProSavage
K4M266, running in unaccelerated VGA mode, 1280x1024x16. Yes, I know audio
skips less if video is accelerated, IDE runs in dma, etc, but that's not a
real solution to this soft realtime scheduling problem.
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