Le Wed, 1 Jun 2011 13:49:06 +0200,
Nick Copeland a écrit :
I think than the wm in use can maybe have an impact on the graphical
responsiveness. When running a single mono processor, I get up with
jack at more than 95% CPU, this with gentoo running a rt kernel, fvwm
and the fvwm-crystal theme. Sometime, the graphical response was a
little bit slow. A few times, the wm was frozen during one or 2
seconds, even the cursor. But the audio process in JACK was just fine
and without any xrun. I was very surprised, this was amazing, like in
window$, but without the crash -:)
I cannot imagine to do the same with kde or another wm, in fact I don't
know if it can be possible.
Now, on a multi-processor, I never experimented such a slow down of
fvwm, but I didn't use jack with such a high load than before.
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