I'm trying to record on a new system, and I'm getting xruns. My
old system produced no xruns.
The problem system runs:
Intel i7, 16GB RAM, SATA 6Gb/s drives
My user ID is a member of the "jackuser" group.
Jack is running as:
-T -ndefault -p 256 -R -P 60 -T -d alsa -n 2 -r 48000 -p 1024 -d hw:2,0
In 43 minutes I've had almost 6700 xruns.
The working system runs:
Intel Q9650, 4GB RAM, IDE drives
Reading through the CCRMA documentation here:
It looks like the kernel and jack for F17 are built for "proper
realtime priority". What am I missing. Is there something
I need to do beyond being a member of "jackuser" in order to
operate with acceptable xruns?
I think I'll go back to the old system for a while.
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