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SubjectRe: [rtl] Low-latency patches working GREAT (<2.9ms audio latency), see testresults ,but ISDN troubles
On Sat, Aug 28, 1999 at 10:40:57PM +0200, Benno Senoner wrote:
> - The disk performance decreases by 10-25% when I increase the CPU load in
> the "latencytest" bench.
> (On light CPU load there are no disk performance differences,
> maybe this is related to higher scheduling overhead)
>
> I think most of us want to have these "low-latency" features in the upcoming
> 2.4 kernel since it will make Linux a very good _MULTIMEDIA_OS_.


A 25% disk i/o decrease is very serious. Lets get some serious feedback
from people running internet and database servers before we blow off
the server users in order to compete with BEOS.



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