Re: Issue with the priority of the sound cards using rtirq
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On 05/01/12 12:09, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
Jeremy, the bad is, that I don't have another PCIe x1 slot:(.
Ah bummer :(
> In my experience, restarting the script tries to raise the priorities > of the threads in RTIRQ_NAME_LIST, but the ones which are already > raised aren't lowered even if you leave them out of the list. > > Try rebooting the computer. > > Cheers, Pablo*reboot* The reboot doesn't improve anything:(.
So the output of /etc/init.d/rtirq status is the same as in the other mail? That's really weird. The only thing I can think of is that something else (another script?) is prioritizing stuff too (like the nvidia and ohci_hcd processes). The steps between the priorities strengthens my suspicion, it should be 5 but some processes do not get a prio that can be divided by 5 (like nvidia which has prio 82). No one on the Ubuntu Studio list encountered the same issue? Maybe Ubuntu (or Ubuntu Studio) prioritizes processes somewhere else.
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