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Subject: Re: [LAU] Kernel and system setup again..
Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2010 19:57:35 +0200
From: Christian <krampenschiesser(a)freenet.de>
On 04/01/10 19:56, fons(a)kokkinizita.net wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 01, 2010 at 04:12:17PM +0200, Christian wrote:
>> I reinstalled my system and now got problems with jack.
>> I'm using a 22.214.171.124 kernel with RT patch.
>> Configured it like my old 2.6.27 RT kernel(which ran fine).
>> Is there anything new I have to keep an eye on?
>> I got xruns using both jack-118 and jack-1.9.5
> Recent Jack (from 0.118) removes the -R option,
> realtime is now the default and disabled with -r.
> Depending on how you start Jack this may affect you.
> I had a similar problem today with a qjackctl that
> uses the new syntax and a Jack (0.116) that doesn't
> understand it. Apparently there was no compatible
> Jack available this morning. Where did you get 0.118 ?
From gentoo pro-audio overlay.
Also tried 1.9.5 and current cvs for jack(not dmp), it's the same
But in 1.9.5 I get a more detailed message:
JackAudioDriver::ProcessAsync: read error, skip cycle
JackPosixMutex::Unlock res = 1
Will try without group scheduling now.
I reinstalled my system and now got problems with jack.
I'm using a 126.96.36.199 kernel with RT patch.
Configured it like my old 2.6.27 RT kernel(which ran fine).
Is there anything new I have to keep an eye on?
I got xruns using both jack-118 and jack-1.9.5
Options that might be important:
GROUP CPU SCHEDULER ON
CFG IO SCHEDULER
TICKLESS SYSTEM OFF
HIGH RESOLITION TIMER ON
SYMMETRIC MULTI PROCESSING ON
HPET TIMER ON
PREEMPTION MODE REAL-TIME
CPU FREQUENCY SCALING OFF
/etc/security/limits.conf is configured:
@audio - rtprio 90
@audio - nice -5
@audio - memlock 50000
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