|| ||Con Kolivas <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|| ||linux kernel mailing list <email@example.com>|
|| ||Thu, 17 Apr 2003 09:48:35 +1000|
|| ||Marc-Christian Petersen <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
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Full update to my patchset
AA VM addons
DVD/CDRW Packet writing
Interactivity updates from 2.5
Changes from ck5:
The buggy interactivity patch was backed out and a fresh one from Eric Wong
wad made as an optional addon.
Small O(1) changes from 2.5 are now integral
Desktop tuning now sets Hz to 200, min timeslice to the minimum possible for
your Hz setting and max timeslice to 40ms. It also includes small tweaks to
the AA VM and RL2 for best desktop responsiveness.
500Hz was still too much for many machines at high load.
Compressed Caching available again by request
Impressions with the new interactivity patch:
Certainly some things seem a lot smoother, and xmms wont skip a beat until I
do a make -j64 on my kernel compile. However it skips reproducibly while
scrolling a bar in quanta+ with nothing else running.
I'm keen to get lots more feedback on the interactivity patch from people
interested in it, and those who had mem leaks.
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