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SubjectRE: [ANNOUNCE] Interbench v0.20 - Interactivity benchmark

--- Con Kolivas <kernel@kolivas.org> a écrit :

> Interbench - The Linux Interactivity Benchmark v0.20
>
> http://interbench.kolivas.org
>
> direct download link:
> http://ck.kolivas.org/apps/interbench/interbench-0.20.tar.bz2
>
>
[snip]

> Audio:
> Audio is simulated as a thread that tries to run at 50ms
> intervals that then
> requires 5% cpu. This behaviour ignores any caching that would
> normally be
> done by well designed audio applications, but has been seen as
> the interval
> used to write to audio cards by a popular linux audio player.
> It also ignores
> any of the effects of different audio drivers and audio cards.
> Audio can also
> be run as a real time SCHED_FIFO task.
>

I have the following problem with audio:
Xmms is running with threads for audio and spectrum
analyzer(OpenGL).
The audio eats 5% cpu, the spectrum analyzer about 80 %. The
problem is that sometimes the spectrum analyzer is eating all of
the cpu while the audio is skipping. Xmms is version 1.2.10
kernel is vanilla, latest "stable" version 2.6.12, suid root.

Does your benchmark simultes this kind of behaviour ?


>
> Cheers,
> Con Kolivas
>

I'll give it a try
Thanks
Calin


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