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    SubjectRe: weird X problem - priority inversion?

    does this still occur with the latest tree? (.47-05 or later)

    Ingo

    * Lee Revell <rlrevell@joe-job.com> wrote:

    > I am having a problem with the RT preempt kernels where xscreensaver
    > will cause the X server to consume excessive CPU, starving other
    > processes. This should not happen as xscreensaver runs at the highest
    > nice value. It seems that there's some kind of priority inversion
    > happening between the high prio X server and low prio xscreensaver.
    >
    > This seems like an X problem to me, but could the kernel be involved?
    >
    > Lee
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