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xandcg


Rio de Janeiro, BR.
Posts 165
Joined on 09-07-2014

Post #: 21
Post ID: 23253
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No Linux anymore.
I do not have any Linux box anymore, unless you consider an Android smartphone as a Linux box.

However, if you wanna play with the kernel and are seeking low latency, you better go with a patched kernel: you will need the rt (real-time) patches and probably will like to test the BFS (Brain Fucking Schedule) patches by Con Kolivas - often called ck-sources. Linux distributions often have a kernel version with both patches (and others) on their repositories - merged in one source. Otherwise, you need to patch the kernel sources and compile it.

If you are using SSD, you may get better results using the NOOP I/O Scheduler than the default one. I/O scheduler is related with storage input/output scheduling, not processes.



Think for yourself, do not be sheep.
06-09-2017 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Amir
Iran Tehran
Posts 178
Joined on 02-11-2009

Post #: 22
Post ID: 23254
Reply to: 23253
Linux
 xandcg wrote:
I do not have any Linux box anymore, unless you consider an Android smartphone as a Linux box.

However, if you wanna play with the kernel and are seeking low latency, you better go with a patched kernel: you will need the rt (real-time) patches and probably will like to test the BFS (Brain Fucking Schedule) patches by Con Kolivas - often called ck-sources. Linux distributions often have a kernel version with both patches (and others) on their repositories - merged in one source. Otherwise, you need to patch the kernel sources and compile it.

If you are using SSD, you may get better results using the NOOP I/O Scheduler than the default one. I/O scheduler is related with storage input/output scheduling, not processes.

I have seen those lampi pages . Very interesting that Cec has poor square wave but it sounds good.I will use BFS and will report the result.I do not use hdd , i use nas .
Thank you 
06-17-2019 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
AlexA6404
Posts 2
Joined on 06-17-2019

Post #: 23
Post ID: 25480
Reply to: 23254
Weblog
Amir, I tried to access your weblog on your profile www.hifi.ir .  It does not seem to work.  Is the weblog still active? Best regards Alex
06-17-2019 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
Amir
Iran Tehran
Posts 178
Joined on 02-11-2009

Post #: 24
Post ID: 25481
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Hifi.ir
 AlexA6404 wrote:
Amir, I tried to access your weblog on your profile www.hifi.ir .  It does not seem to work.  Is the weblog still active? Best regards Alex

Yes , it is active and i can see it from iran ip , i also see it from usa ip (vpn) , can you send me a screen shot i will report it to my web administrator.I also write more in my telegram channel in persian language
06-17-2019 Post does not mapped to Knowledge Tree
AlexA6404
Posts 2
Joined on 06-17-2019

Post #: 25
Post ID: 25482
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Hifi.ir
Hi Amir.  Thank you for your replay.  I tried a different route and it worked this time.  I will send you an email using the email address on that site.
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