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Re: ext3 + pipes/sockets



Hi,

On Sat, 2003-01-18 at 23:25, Mick Kappenburg wrote:

> I'm running jack+ardour and noticed the following:
> Jackd uses named pipes and sockets which are located on /tmp. If I mount /tmp 
> as ext3 I get latency problems. When I mount /tmp as ext2 everything works 
> fine.  
> As far as I know named pipes and sockets have no disk interaction. What is the 
> difference?

There shouldn't be any!  What sort of "latency problems" do you have,
exactly?  Which kernel are you using?  Is there anything else going on
on your system while you're running ardour?

Are you sure your applications are not using temporary files on /tmp as
well as the named sockets/pipes?

--Stephen





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