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    SubjectRe: [PATCH]sched: Isochronous class v2 for unprivileged soft rt scheduling

    * Jack O'Quin <joq@io.com> wrote:

    > I was just pointing out that saying nice(-20) works as well as
    > SCHED_ISO, though true, doesn't mean much since neither of them
    > (currently) work well enough to be useful.

    ok. While i still think nice--20 can be quite good for some purposes, it
    will probably not solve all problems that the audio applications need
    solved.

    > For good reasons, most audio developers prefer the POSIX realtime
    > interfaces. They are far from perfect, but remain the only workable,
    > portable solution available. That is why I like your rt_cpu_limit
    > proposal so much better that this one.

    ok - lets forget about nice--20 for now.

    Ingo
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