[LAU] threadirqs wiki
edogawa at aon.at
Sun Jun 7 12:31:45 CEST 2020
> Well, the grep line checks for your current kernel configuration, and you don't show what output it prints.
> The remainer above deals with grub config only, I think it's logical that this can't alter your kernel in any way.
> I think the wiki page is pretty clear and correct about this; you don't run a RT kernel, thus using the threadirqs kernel commandline option via grub is the best you can do, and the steps above should have put that in place correctly. If you want CONFIG_PREEMPT, you'll have to compile or install AND run a RT patched kernel.
Sorry for answering my own post.
I saw too late that you think you're actually running a RT kernel... can you confirm that indeed, it doesn't look like the running kernel is a RT patched one. CONFIG_PREEMPT would be printed by grep otherwise, I believe.
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