[LAU] clicks in sound when running dual core
spamatica at gmail.com
Sun Feb 8 13:36:24 EST 2009
Interesting that it's working well for you. I tried to find out if they have
revised the design for any newer chips, without any luck.
This is with an 3800+, Delta44 soundcard, don't know what Mobo is in there..
Using stock kubuntu 8.10 kernel no additional patches.
I noticed that there's a possibility to select timing source for jack. I
will experiment a bit with that for kicks when I have time.
2009/2/8 Cassiel <raffaele.morelli at gmail.com>
> Ok, but what about your kernel? Sound card? MOBO? you should supply more
> I am running debian lenny on AMD64X2 with jackd working well with alsa_seq.
> Did you fix midi issues with this patch (
> 2009/2/6 Robert Jonsson <spamatica at gmail.com>
>> Hi folks,
>> Been reinstalling my studio computer these last few weeks. Moving to 64
>> bit and dual core.. or so I thought.
>> As it turns out I have found that my system is unable to run jack reliably
>> while using dual core. I use MusE as sequencer and it's especially evident
>> there but I believe I have noticed it with other applications.
>> The thing that happens is that I get random clicks in both input and
>> output. If I start the computer and add maxcpus=1 to the kernel line all
>> seems ok.
>> Thinking back I realize that I stumbled on this problem on the last
>> rebuild some years ago but ended up running single core without
>> investigating why this was.
>> I thought I would at least throw this out here now, google seems to know
>> nothing about this issue.
>> Anyone else have experienced anything similar or is my hardware faulty?
>> (AMD64X2 based)
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