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    SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Linux 2.6 Real Time Kernel
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    Micha Feigin <michf@post.tau.ac.il> writes:

    > On Sat, Oct 09, 2004 at 11:35:16PM +0200, M?ns Rullg?rd wrote:
    >> Lee Revell <rlrevell@joe-job.com> writes:
    >>
    >> > On Sat, 2004-10-09 at 09:15, M?ns Rullg?rd wrote:
    >> >> I got this thing to build by adding a few EXPORT_SYMBOL, patch below.
    >> >> Now it seems to be running quite well. I am, however, getting
    >> >> occasional "bad: scheduling while atomic!" messages, all alike:
    >> >>
    >> >
    >> > I am getting the same message. Also, leaving all the default debug
    >> > options on, I got this debug output, but it did not coincide with the
    >> > "bad" messages.
    >> >
    >> > Mtx: dd84e644 [773] pri (0) inherit from [3] pri(92)
    >> > Mtx dd84e644 task [773] pri (92) restored pri(0). Next owner [3] pri (92)
    >> > Mtx: dd84e644 [773] pri (0) inherit from [3] pri(92)
    >> > Mtx dd84e644 task [773] pri (92) restored pri(0). Next owner [3] pri (92)
    >> > Mtx: dd84e644 [773] pri (0) inherit from [3] pri(92)
    >> > Mtx dd84e644 task [773] pri (92) restored pri(0). Next owner [3] pri (92)
    >>
    >> Well, those don't give me any clues.
    >>
    >> I had the system running that kernel for a bit over an hour and got
    >> five of the "bad" messages, approximately evenly spaced in a
    >> two-minute interval about 20 minutes after boot.
    >>
    >> I did notice one improvement compared to vanilla 2.6.8.1. The sound
    >> didn't skip when I switched from X to a text console. However, my
    >> keyboard no longer worked in X, but that seems to be due to some
    >> recent changes to the input subsystem.
    >
    > There was some change in 2.6.9-pre-something that cause the mouse and
    > keyboard to exchange event interfaces between them, if it interests you.

    The keyboard doesn't have a device entry in my X config file, and I
    suppose the mouse would still be at /dev/input/mice, no?

    --
    Måns Rullgård
    mru@mru.ath.cx

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