[LAU] pulseaudio issues [was Re: jackdbus issues: a workaround ? (Was: more jack/qjackctl madness)]
compose59 at gmail.com
Wed May 20 02:59:03 EDT 2009
It was the reason i removed it, Patrick.
Every time the pulse server would crash, or freeze, jack would get
taken down as well. I don't know, frankly, if this was a problem in my
setup, but the install was a standard one, without tweaks, at the
On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 7:27 AM, Patrick Shirkey
<pshirkey at boosthardware.com> wrote:
> Hartmut Noack wrote:
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>> Paul Davis schrieb:
>>> On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 9:49 AM, alex stone <compose59 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> This is, i believe, at the heart of the problem.
>>>> As a user looking in from the outside, it appears odd that the pulse
>>>> team didn't jump onboard with jack,
>>> "they" (i.e. Lennart) know all about JACK. JACK and Pulse superfically
>>> some similarities ("sound server") but at a deeper level have almost
>>> diametrically opposed goals.
>> Do you think, that Jack and Pulse could see each other as perfect
>> Pulse sees Jackd as just another "soundcard"-Port it can deliver its
>> stream to - the same as it does with alsa
>> Jackd sees Pulse as just another application that delivers a stream -
>> the same as it is related to Zyandd or Ardour
>> Or would realtime-issues in Pulse still destabilize Jackd if Pulse runs
>> as a jack-client?
> Is the situation with pulse and jack really this bad that pulse can
> actually take down jack if it has a runtime issue?
> I don't recall anyone mentioning that scenario over the past few years.
> It wouldn't surprise me though as pulse is a unique beast and may put
> strain on the system if it is competing with jack.
> Patrick Shirkey
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