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SubjectRe: lowlatency-2.2.14-B1 + 2.2.14aa7 fixes crash, but...

On Wed, 23 Feb 2000, Benno Senoner wrote:

> > I fixed the buffer.c code according to Ingo and removed a
> > conditional_schedule from mark_buffer_clean in fs.h as spotted by Andrea.
> > I have been testing for over 18hrs and no stuck processes yet.
> Interesting, what kind of latencies are you getting now ?

1.1ms to 1.2ms using your rtc_latency test.

> If the patch looks stable to you can you post a 2.2.13 or 2.2.14 patch ,
> so that I can benchmark it ?
Its kind of hacked up right now, current kernel is 2.2.14 + 2.2.14aa7
patch + lowlatency-2.2.14-B1 patch + ikd patch. I have not tried the
changes on a bare 2.2.14 and I would recommend 2.2.14aa7 as a baseline.

I was hoping to get more feedback before posting, also I like to
defer to Ingo for official post.


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