Not guaranteed, but it has worked for several people in the past - try
rebuilding your kernel with the SCHED_ULE scheduler, instead of the

make sure you have quite new FreeBSD 7-* branch, as it was quite improved few months ago.

you may try to tune it up by changing

kern.sched.interact

sysctl

in short - higher value - interactive processes gets better scheduling

SCHED_BSD4 scheduler. Although ostensibly its benefits are more obvious
on multi-processor machines, it does often seem to fix this mouse lag
issue that comes up from time to time.

It has been discussed on the list several times, so you might find some
interesting further reading if you search the archives.

Dan

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