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Re: xmms stuttering

i dont think its a sparc issue.

I have this problem with a x86 machine. more freq than not, its netlag from the
RAID (Sparc) to the xmms x86 host. But sometimes i have this problem with local
files too.Normaly it coincides with masive disk i/o in Netscapes Mozzila. i dont
know if i was invading swap space or still within physical ram. However
reniceing all xmms threads helped.i dont know exactly how xmms comunicates with
the sound subsystem (oss in my case) but it would seem to have fifo under-run

If it is a fifo queue then increasing the buffer size might help.

there is a realtime linux implementation, you might want to keep that in mind.


Robin-David Hammond
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Ashland MASS, USA

"Contrary to popular belief, penguins are not the salvation of modern
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On Tue, 1 May 2001, T Korte wrote:

> To: debian-sparc@lists.debian.org
> Subject: xmms stuttering
> I'm not sure if this is a sparc specific problem, but it's happening on my
> Ultra1 nonetheless.
> Every so often when I'm playing mp3s on xmms the player begins to stutter
> and jitter.  Stopping the playback and then starting it again seems to fix
> it.  I don't have to quit xmms.  Perhaps this would point in the direction
> of esd rather than xmms?  I'm not sure but suggestions would be
> appreciated.
> I'm running Debian Sparc-testing using Window Maker and the enlightenment
> sound deamon.
> Regards
> Tom Korte
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