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    SubjectRe: tvtime and the Linux 2.6 scheduler
    On Sunday, 23 May 2004, at 10:48:59 -0500,
    Billy Biggs wrote:

    > "[...] it starts up fine, but after a few seconds (when the scheduler
    > gathered some stats) ... well, it looks funny: the scene goes roughly
    > exponentially into slow motion, then there is a frame drop and the
    > process starts over. this behaviour can be observed at any priority,
    > which is clearly against the claim "no normally priorized interactive
    > process will preempt a highly priorized cpu-hog" that i've read
    > somewhere. the xserver priority does not change anything, either;"
    I am currently using tvtime 0.9.12-2 from Debian SID on a Linux kernel
    version 2.6.6 compiled with Sid's gcc 3.3.3 and haven't seen such
    problems so far. I use tvtime often to watch TV on my monitor, and it
    works OK, no artifacts and no slowdown (even when I download my email
    and spamassassin starts to eat CPU cicles like mad).

    With my current configuration tvtime at full screen (1024x768) takes
    about 40% CPU from a AMD XP 1477 MHz (1700 rating). I have just tried
    launching three copies of "yes" on several aterm's and tvtime still
    looks as smooth as before, althoug CPU is always at 100%

    Please ask for more information should you need it.

    Jose Luis Domingo Lopez
    Linux Registered User #189436 Debian Linux Sid (Linux 2.6.6)
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