On Fri, Aug 17, 2007 at 09:32:48PM +0200, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
I am currently running 126.96.36.199-ccj53-rt@i586 (bs's 188.8.131.52-16.1 plus
my patches), and I must say, that runs great. The last rt I tried
(2.6.12,13? no idea..) gave me traces all over, but this one is good.
NO_HZ and HZ=1000 at the same time. About 133 pmtmr interrupts when
idle, about 200 when playing audio, and up to 1200 (yes, it is actually
more than 1000) when something is burning cycles.
Now there are some minor issues. First is that kernel-source is of
course against the regular patch series, not rt; as a result,
kernel-syms does not include rt configs either; overall I would not know
how to build KMPs for the rt flavor right now. If you have some ideas,
let me know. If it is not possible, that's ok, but hardly useful for the
end-user when he's stuck without X :p
I don't know if you or anyone else noticed, but we are building nightly
-rt kernel versions lately. Here's the location for the i386 versions:
Another hard problem I see if that XFS does not
support the usrquota
option under rt ("unknown mount option"). What gives?
That's odd, try asking on the rt mailing list.
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