Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
I can understand wanting to be careful about running Xorg real time, but
what does this have to
On Tue, 4 Aug 2009, Prabahar Jeyaram wrote:
You seem to be hitting :
The fix is available in OpenSolaris build 115 and later not for
Solaris 10 yet.
It is interesting that this is a simple thread priority issue. The
system has a ton of available CPU but the higher priority compression
thread seems to cause scheduling lockout. The Perfmeter tool shows
that compression is a very short-term spike in CPU. Of course since
Perfmeter and other apps stop running, it might be missing some sample
I could put the X11 server into the real-time scheduling class but
hate to think about what would happen as soon as Firefox visits a web
do with firefox? Firefox will still run in the interactive class.
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