Re: [LAU] linux-rt & presonus 1818VSL

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Date: Wednesday, July 3, 2013 - 10:05 am

On 07/03/2013 11:49 AM, Fero Kiraly wrote:

If you have CONFIG_HZ=1000 then it should be ok assuming this is about a
desktop/notebook. Afaik CONFIG_NO_HZ is a power-consumption related
setting, setting this option makes the kernel timer only wake up when
requested while setting it at 1000Hz activates it all the time. Not sure
if I worded that right, I'm not a kernel expert. With respect to
performance implications I can't say anything sensible. I'm using
kernels with CONFIG_HZ=1000 and CONFIG_NO_HZ=y side by side and haven't
noticed any real differences so far.

> kernel I have compiled by myself, but I did no config changes.

Afaik that's not necessary.



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Re: [LAU] linux-rt &amp; presonus 1818VSL, Fero Kiraly, (Wed Jul 3, 9:50 am)
Re: [LAU] linux-rt & presonus 1818VSL, Jeremy Jongepier, (Wed Jul 3, 10:05 am)