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It may sound obvious, but: did you checked that your are using the
"performance" governor for cpu frequency scaling?
I found that using the "ondemand" governor can cause more xruns...
I don't know mint but there should be a cpufreq-utils package that provides
relevant utilities for this.
Il giorno 11/set/2013 10:53, "Marco Donnarumma" ha
> Hey all,
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It may sound obvious, but: did you checked that your are usi=
ng the "performance" governor for cpu frequency scaling?
I found that using the "ondemand" governor can cau=
se more xruns...
I don't know mint but there should be a cpufreq-utils pa=
ckage that provides relevant utilities for this.
Il giorno 11/set/2013 10:53, "Marco Donnaru=
gt; ha scritto:
Hey all,I just switched =
to Mint Olivia
15 (based on Ubuntu Raring 13.04). I use quite cpu-intensive puredata=20
patches with processing of 2 live audio inputs on a firewire soundcard=20
through ffado and qjackctl (jack2).
Although my machine runs a low-latency kernel and it has
been configured for pro audio (I use the realtimeConfigurationScan=20
script), I still get xruns and sometimes qjackctl randomly hangs up=20
making the sound to stop completely.
Before, I used to work with ubuntu 10.04 and rt-kernel without a=20
itch. Is anybody still using a rt-kernel with the latest Mint or Ubuntu,
or just refining settings etc..?if a rt-kernel is the b=
est option, should I patch mine, since it looks like there are no packaged =
rt-kernels for Raring?
Can't access Abogani ppa, and KXS kernels are available up to Precise.<=
br>thanks in advance for any hint, or suggestions about what=
to try!best wishes,
--Marco DonnarummaNew Media + Sonic Arts Practitioner, Per=
former, Teacher, Director.Embodied Audio-Visual Interaction Research Te=
am.Department of Computing, Goldsmiths University of London~~~~~~~~=
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