[linux-audio-user] Jackd and AMD64 linux-2.6.10-rc2-mm1 XRUNS
markknecht at gmail.com
Thu Dec 9 22:16:29 EST 2004
Hi. I've had a few problems using ACPI at different times. When I
first built my 2.6.9-mm4-VPS7 kernel I had ACPI turned on and had
weird things happening. (Although not the exact one you are dealing
with.) That said I am using the PlanetEdge kernel
18.104.22.168-1.520.2vS7.ll.rhfc2.ccrma at 128/2 with the HDSP 9652 and
getting good results so far. Please remember to make your HDSP 9652
You might try booting and trying one or more of these options
No promises but it's a cheap experiment.
On Thu, 9 Dec 2004 19:36:37 -0700, thewade <pdman at aproximation.org> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Im hoping that you can help me with a problem Im having
> with jack and PD.
> I am running jackd from qjackctl in realtime with a 64
> frame buffer (Hammerfall HDSP multiface: 2.67 ms delay).
> I am using PD, and after both have been running fro about
> 20 min I get a ton of xruns. (and as an xrun has
> negligable weight, that is a lot of xruns)
> I got through my logs and can find no reason for this
> when cross-referencing by time of occurance. Here are some
> possible unrelated errors, or perhaps they are leading to
> my problem...
> >From System Logs:
> Failure registering Root Plug module with the kernel
> Failure registering Root Plug module with primary security module.
> >From Kernel Startup Log:
> PCI: Using ACPI for IRQ routing
> ** PCI interrupts are no longer routed automatically. If this
> ** causes a device to stop working, it is probably because the
> ** driver failed to call pci_enable_device(). As a temporary
> ** workaround, the \"pci=routeirq\" argument restores the old
> ** behavior. If this argument makes the device work again,
> ** please email the output of \"lspci\" to bjorn.helgaas at hp.com
> ** so I can fix the driver.
> My system is:
> (http://www.aproximation.org/application/AMD64laptop.html (old))
> AMD64 laptop
> Hammerfall HDSP multiface and cardbus
> Fedora Core 3 test 1
> linux-2.6.10-rc2-mm1 kernel
> What does the priority selector mean in qjackctl setup? I just
> leave it at 0.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated! I would LOVE to get
> this machine running jackd flawlessly.
> Thank you for your time!
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