On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 3:37 AM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
programs that use the filesystem from a realtime audio thread are
a system that allows disk i/o to interfere with a realtime audio
thread is badly configured.
ergo, i would conclude that the only realtime audio programs that can
benefit from this sort of thing are either badly written or running on
a misconfigured system.
JACK itself isn't doing any file I/O - it just happens to use an
inter-process communication system that uses identifiers that are
related to the filesystem.
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