[linux-audio-user] irq priority setting script

Emanuel Rumpf x at branwelt.de
Wed Apr 5 07:24:04 EDT 2006

Rui Nuno Capela wrote:

> Emanuel Rumpf wrote:
>> hi LAUs,
>> I've written a little python script, that may be usefull for you as
>> well.
>> It tries to get the pid's of soundcards irq's etc. and set's their
>> scheduling priorities in order to improve latency performance.
>> More info here:
>> http://branwelt.de/projects/rt-script/
>> The script was quickly written and likely is not done the best
>> possible way,
>> but it's working (on my debian system at least, usb-card)
>> please give some feedback, if it worked for you as well,
>> (check if the pid's where detected correctly)
>> (maybe + a small system-info: snd-card, distribution, kernel)
>> If the script worked with most systems, it would be a nice idea to
>> auto-run it after the booting-process in audio-distros (if such a thing
>> isn't done already)
>> Emanuel
> Erm... this reminds of something I've done sometime go, and already
> being infrastructure on the planetedge-ccrma rt-enabled kernels. Its
> my rtirq init script. Take a look at (second topic):
>     http://en.opensuse.org/Talk:RT_Kernel_Instructions
> or, straight to the soource, and just in case your distro is not RPM
> based:
>    http://www.rncbc.org/jack/rtirq-20060218.tar.gz

Ok, I mention it on the webpage.


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