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SubjectRe: [PATCH] O11int for interactivity
[~] $ uname -a
Linux amaryllis 2.6.0-test2-mm1-kj1+O11.1int #1 Wed Jul 30 18:57:37 SGT
2003 i686 GNU/Linux

Applied mm1, kj1 (kernel-janitor), and your O11.1int patch.

when X is niced with -10, there are a 1-2 sec pause whenever I switched
from X to console.

when X is niced with 0, there are no skips, no pause, no whatsoever.
even when I maximise aterm, there are no interruptions on my xmms when
i hide, and unhide aterm. nothing unusual when i compile kernels.

this is perhaps the best patch i ever applied from you.

Cheers,
Eugene

<quote sender="Con Kolivas">
> On Wed, 30 Jul 2003 20:31, Voluspa wrote:
> > On 2003-07-30 8:41:46 Felipe Alfaro Solana wrote:
> > > Wops! Wait a minute! O11.1 is great, but I've had a few XMMS skips
> > > that I didn't have with O10. They're really difficult to reproduce,
> >
> > Can't reproduce your skips here with my light environment and O11.1 (on
> > a PII 400, 128 meg mem, no desktop, Enlightenment as wm). Even as I
> > write this my machine is under the most extreme load that I have -
> > natural, not artificial:
>
> Good test. Thanks.
>
> > As to difference between O10 and O11.1 in feel... No comment. I'm too
> > old to catch such small variations.
>
> That's good, most of the difference was supposed to be in extremely unusual
> circumstances. Felipe's issue is something I was concerned might happen (not
> specifically an audio issue per se but audio is a sensitive way to pick it
> up) which is why all testing is important.
>
> Con
>
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