[linux-audio-dev] Yet Another Scrolling Scope
fons.adriaensen at skynet.be
Wed Nov 22 21:06:31 UTC 2006
On Wed, Nov 22, 2006 at 08:14:11PM +0100, Dominic Sacré wrote:
> Got one problem though: high CPU load (I'm not kidding). At small window
> sizes everything's fine, but when it exceeds a certain size (a little
> less than fullscreen on my machine), CPU load immediately goes up from
> ~5% to 100%, drawing starts to lag behind, and X becomes very sluggish...
How much is fullscreen or your system ? This looks like insufficient
pixmap space on the X-server.
I've noticed another lock-up problem: yass stops scrolling and
takes 100% CPU. Happened once here after many hours of running.
The two may be related.
Here is the real .yassrc:
% Configuration file for Yass
% Everything in this file can also be put in a system-wide
% configuration file '/etc/yass.conf'.
% Instances started with -name NAME will read '~/.NAMErc'
% instead of this file.
% The same options can also be put in '~/.Xdefaults', and
% will then apply to all instances started by the same user.
% Default number of channels and connections.
% Modify as required
% Alternate colors, uncomment and modify to taste.
Lascia la spina, cogli la rosa.
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