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    SubjectRe: 2.4.10-ac10-preempt lmbench output.
    Hi!

    > > > Now dbench (or any task) is in kernel space for too long. The CPU time
    > > > xmms needs will of course still be given, but _too late_. Its just not
    > > > a cpu resource problem, its a timing problem. xmms needs x units of CPU
    > > > every y units of time. Just getting the x whenever is not enough.
    > >
    > > Yep, with
    > >
    > > x = 60msec
    > > y = 600msec
    >
    > How are you arriving at that y? On what system?

    Toshiba sattelite notebook. I remember being able to ^Z splay process
    playing mp3, and bg-ing it in time not to skip. That means that y is
    at least 300msec or so.

    [I wanted to retry it on k6/400 with sblive and mpg123 (not splay) and
    could not do the trick.]
    Pavel
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