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From: "Liu Siwei" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2001 8:58 PM
Subject: FreeBSD current is very slow
> Do you run freebsd-current? what current? I make a
> clean SNAP of freebsd-current through make release.
> And make a CD. I install freebsd-current from my own
> CD. All things are fine. But its multimedia is not
> soundable. I compile gnome-1.4 on this current-SNAP
> smoothly from source through ports. But when I first
> run gnome desktop environment, it takes long time to
> appear desktop environment. But when I disable the
> gnome's sound event and restart it again, it is very
> quickly start up. This is one reason I say that.
> Secondly, I make mpg123 from ports by
> source(current ports). I start it in background like
> this: "mpg123 my.mp3 &", I use top command to see my
> system's load, I was surpised: mpg123 only takes no
> more than 5% system resources, but the interrupt TAKES
> more than 90% system resources. So my system is very
> slow to run other software. Why? and I want to know
> what's the interrupt and it relates what?
> Now, I have installed FreeBSD 4.4RC1. I compile
> mpg123 again, and play it background, I find the
> interrupt takes no more than 5% system resource!
> Is it FreeBSD-current's BUGs???
> Best Regard.
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FreeBSD-current, by default, has debugging turned on in the kernel. Try
recompiling your kernel without the debugging options, and it should work
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