On Mon, 2009-06-22 at 02:01 +0200, Lennart Poettering wrote:
I'm talking about the rt kernels specifically. In that context users
don't have a real choice as to what they get to run and the meaning of
legacy is different (I understand you may not care because of the target
audience of PA, but then again the RealtimeKit is being proposed as a
generic solution for access to rt scheduling).
If the rt patch does not catch up fast enough then I may need to run a <
2.6.31 kernel (whatever is available at the time) in Fedora 12 when it
is released, hardly a legacy distro :-)
(maybe unlikely, but it would not be the first time rt development
stalls for a looong time and you can't run the latest and greatest - not
complaining, just a fact)
> > > can set that flag when entering SCHED_RR scheduling and this will
We should try to find out what happens in Jack's case.
It would be a __MAJOR__ step back if RealtimeKit is not usable by Jack
and it becomes the way distributions (and in particular Fedora) give
out-of-the-box access to rt scheduling.
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