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SubjectRe: [patch] Real-Time Preemption, -RT-2.6.9-mm1-V0

* K.R. Foley <kr@cybsft.com> wrote:

> Several things in regard to V0.2:
>
> 1) Interactive responsiveness seems to be noticably sluggish at times on
> all three of the systems I have tested this on.
> 2) My 450MHz UP system is definitely the worst by far. Scrolling through
> the syslog in a telnet session produces pauses every few seconds for
> about a second, that is while it's still responding. These problems seem
> to be network related, but there are no indications of what the problem
> is. This system also at times will just stop responding to network requests.
> 3) Both of the SMP systems are lacking the snappy responsiveness in X
> that I have become accustomed to with previous patches, but the 2.6GHz
> Xeon (w/HT) is worse than the 933MHz Xeon. Again no indications of
> problems in the logs.
> 4) Using amlat to run the RTC at 1kHz will kill any of these systems
> very quickly.

could you try this with -V0.3 too? I believe most of these problems
should be solved.

Ingo
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