On Mon, 22.06.09 11:15, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano (nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU) wrote:
rtkit doesn't need to be the exclusive consumer of the kernel RT
interfaces. RLIMIT_RTPRIO is another supported mechanism that
continues to work.
Even if some folks seem to believe it, I am not replacing anything
existing, shoving down their throats something they didn't need
before. All I do is adding something new, that helps a few desktopish
cases and can be integrated into various applications very easily and
with only minimal impact on dependencies, and is only used as fallback
if nothing else is configured.
Really, I am doing my best to ease adoptions for those interested.
> (I assume, for example, that it would not under any circumstances reset
By default it only ever looks at non-root processes.
Lennart Poettering Red Hat, Inc.
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