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SubjectRe: [2.4.17/18pre] VM and swap - it's really unusable
Robert Love wrote:

>Agreed. Further, you can't put _any_ upper bound on the number of interrupts that could occur, preempt or not. Sure, preempt can make it worse, but I don't see it. I have no bug reports to correlate.
>

OTOH we do have a pile of user reports which
say the low latency patches give better results.

From my view here, low latency provides a more
silky feel when e.g. playing RtCW or Q3A -

BTW I have checked out 2.4.18pre2-aa2 and
am now running 2.4.18-pre3 + mini low latency.

* -aa absolutely kicks major booty in benchmarks.

* -mini-low-latency seems to do no worse than
stock kernel benchmark-wise, but seems to be
somehow smoother. I played some mp3s while
running dbench 16 and heard no hitches. Also
the RtCW test was successful, e.g. movement
was fluid and I was victorious in most skirmishes
with win32 opponents.

Regards,

jjs



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