On Wed, 2018-06-13 at 17:08 +0200, Greg KH wrote:
> 
> Note, the -rt kernels _always_ run slower than a non-rt kernel.  Real
> time is not "faster", it is only "deterministic".  And it achieves
> this
> goal at the expense of performance, which is the only way it can be
> done.

Thanks for the reminder - I do forget that and get lazy and often use
the rt all the time.
 
> So I recommend just trying the "normal" kernel instead, odds are it
> will
> work just fine for you, unless you have some _very_ specific max-
> bound
> latency issues.

Mostly audio/jack ie duplex 32 channels at 48k with a B* X32 mixer. To
be fair I have more issues with the disc keeping up than the kernel...
But the truth is that use takes a very small part of my time and
normally a different machine so really I should use the rt kernel less!

> 
> thanks,
> 
> greg k-h

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