Re: [linux-audio-user] Problems appling realtime preempt patch to 2.6.12 (general)

From: Christoph Eckert <>
Date: Tue Jul 12 2005 - 19:42:29 EEST

> I've just joined the list and it's pretty interesting.
> Can someone tell me something about the differences between
> the preempt patch from Ingo and the "Realtime Linux
> Security Module"? I currently use the latter one and I'm
> quite satisfied as jack works really fast. Perhaps one
> should try this way instead of the vanilla kernel patch.
> There have to be pros and cons I'm interested in. Can
> someone point them out?

same for me, but RT-LSM has been dropped by Andrew Morton in
the 2.6.12-mm kernels, so we should start using preemt.

Unfortunately, even for me RT-LSM gives much better results
than preemption. And even with the RT-LSM I get "only"
16msecs latencies.

Best regards

Received on Tue Jul 12 20:15:15 2005

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