Re: [LAU] Issues with JACK

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Date: Monday, March 4, 2013 - 2:54 pm

On Mon, March 4, 2013 3:26 am, Gabbe Nord wrote:

looking through the output of dmesg or /var/log/syslog should show if the
cpu has hyperthreading and how many cores there are. Hyperthreading should
not be a problem down to running jack with -p64, but it does make a
difference going lower... it may help make -p64 more stable too. If you
have hyperthreading this can be turned off by disabling every second cpu.
That is if you have a single core system with hyperthread, you will have
cpus 0 and 1, disable cpu 1 as it is really just the hyperthread on the
same cpu.

Just to be sure... you are not by chance using a wireless networking IF? I
have one that gives xruns even at -p1024 :P

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Len Ovens
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