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    SubjectRe: Interrupts per second?
    On Wed, Jan 27, 1999 at 06:50:05AM -0800, Ron Forrester mentioned:
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    > Someone reported the other day seeing a lot of interrupts's/sec when
    > playing sound.
    >
    > With 2.2.0-final installed, my system seems much busier than it I would
    > think when playing MP3's using x11amp (against the OSS AWE drivers).
    >
    > I would like to check the interrupts per second, how can I do this? Is
    > it something in /proc? Or a tool I can get?

    There is a dockable applet called "wmint" that could be useful. It's off
    the WindowMaker page (www.windowmaker.org). It reads directly from
    /proc/interrupts.

    Kate

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