[LAU] [Jack-Devel] zombification behaviour...
ken at restivo.org
Fri Nov 19 22:30:50 UTC 2010
On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 09:12:14PM +0100, hermann wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 18.11.2010, 22:50 +0300 schrieb alex stone:
> > Torben, a few questions.
> > 1. Is the uncertainty over knowing which client is the offender a
> > result of the client's jack code being less than optimal? (no offence
> > to coders)
> > 2.) Can jack, if advisable, take a bit of extra code to more clearly
> > define which client is the offender?
> Jack apps could/need measure there own needed time per circle and
> forward this information to jack if jack ask for it, may when CPU load
> become to heavy, to give jack the possibility to decide witch one is the
> > 3.) Would a more robust client ID system solve the challenge of jack
> > knowing 100% which client is the offender? i.e. Ardour is 001,
> > jconvolver is 002, etc...... (I imply with this a central list at
> > jackaudio. org, where jack capable clients are listed, and any coder
> > that builds a jack app "officially" registers their app, and gets an
> > app specific ID.)
> > These questions are based on jack1, which i use.
Whenever these questions come up, I always find myself singing this:
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