Thanks for that tip,
I just tested that experimental patch (BFS 240),
but without any noticable effects on lmms with my old AthlonXP 2500+ (single core, Arch + Flux).

And my interbench benchmark..
( before , after )

So I guees it's not for old, or single-core processors?

> ------------ Původní zpráva ------------
> Od: Nikos Chantziaras <realnc@arcor.de>
> Předmět: [Lmms-users] New experimental solution for low-latency LMMS (and > other multimedia apps)
> Datum: 05.9.2009 01:31:03
> ---------------------------------------------
> I recently stumbled upon an LWN article that mentioned Con Kolivas is
/>working on a new kernel scheduler for Desktop/Multimedia/Gaming PCs
/>called "BFS":

http://lwn.net/Articles/350100

/>Well, I've tried it. I wrote my experiences with it here:

> http://lwn.net/Articles/350820

If you're feeling adventurous, you > might want to give that one a try.
In my case, it helped immensely, > especially with sound latency and skips
and other artifacts during > real-time playback (I was not using an RT
kernel before that though). > Note that BFS has been updated to 0.206
since I wrote that.

/>The patch to kernel 2.6.30 and docs can be found at:

> http://ck.kolivas.org/patches/bfs


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