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SubjectRe: RSDL v0.31
On Saturday 17 March 2007, Mike Galbraith wrote:
>On Fri, 2007-03-16 at 23:26 -0700, Nicholas Miell wrote:
>> RSDL appears to be completely deterministic, which is a very strong
>> virtue.
>Yes. That's why RSDL aroused my curiosity big time.
>> The X people have plans for how to go about fixing this, but until
>> then, there's no reason to hold up kernel development.
>I'm not in a position to hold up development.
>On a side note, I wonder how long it's going to take to fix all the
>X/client combinations out there.

And on yet another side note Mike, I just did a make -j8 for all make
options in my makeit script, something I don't normally do, and while
running, building 2.6.21-rc4, the machine remained
100% responsive, worst case keyboard lag that I observed might have been
200 or 300 milliseconds. The machine remained usable, which to me is the
bottom line. And no, I wasn't running xmms at the time or watching
tvtime else I'd have awakened the missus.

I'm having a hard time justifying your continual fussing as its obviously
a huge improvement to me. What makes your system and loading so much
different from mine I wonder...

In the meantime I'm a very happy camper about this patch.

Cheers, Gene
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