On Wed, 2007-02-07 at 14:36 -0500, Matthias Clasen wrote: > If realtime is a requirement for acceptable audio experience, then > everybody needs to get it without extra questions asked. If it is not, > then why bother ? The point being missed here is there are security implications. A malicious user with RT privs can easily lock the machine up hard, at will. Because RT is basically cooperative multitasking, the RT process runs uninterrupted until it gives up its slice, and if it doesn't... total system lockup. So handing out RT privs has to be done very carefully.
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