On 5 September 2012 at 22:28, "Len Ovens" wrote:
OK. I see it now. I've never had to fight the interrupt problem
> I was able to change slots. Also try to keep some distance
There are two PCI (legacy) slots in this ASUS P8Z68 DELUXE GEN3
1155 Motherboard. I intend to use both of them as I have a pair
of M-Audio Delta 1010 audio adapters.
> (if you can) See if you can set IRQ in the bios for that slot
I'll look at the manual for my MB and see what I can do.
> I find the same thing with USB audio. I have to find a USB plug
A happy accident.
> >> cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_governor
It's also interesting that my system with no xruns has RT priority
for jackd turned OFF. ??? I just discovered that last night.
> rtirq can help. If used wrong it can make things worse... for
> It comes with the snd first or second. as someone else says in another
That makes sense. The internal IF is only used for playing my music
collection's files and the audio for on-line things.
> I do the same with USB cards. I find out which USB plug has no
I'm only using USB for mass storage. Eventually I hope that my
Behringer BCF2000 will be usable again with ardour. I'm hoping
ardour 3 will restore that functionality.
> take a look through dmesg for all the stuff that is USB)
In order to look for conflicting IRQs with my audio interface?
> Be aware that putting: snd-ice1712 snd will put all that other
This is looking as complicated as slackware was in 1996, back
when I had to build a special kernel with each OS release.
Thanks for the detailed info!
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