On Wed, 2008-11-19 at 18:49 -0200, Paulo Cavalcanti wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 1:28 AM, Jonathan Ryshpan <jonrysh pacbell net
> In the past I've never had any problems running jackd. Now I'm getting
> a very large number of messages reading:
> **** alsa_pcm: xrun of at least 1227061150613.504 msecs
> I'm running F9 on an x86_64 system with all updates installed.
> Pulseaudio is not running. Jackd is started via qjackctl. No past
> problems with audio beyond the usual conflicts between pulseaudio and
> (1) What exactly does this message mean? An "xrun" is a buffer under-
> or over-run -- but what does the time interval represent?
> (2) Whatever the time interval means, it looks rather large.
> 1227061150613.504 msec is many days (or maybe years if msec means
> millisec and not microsec) This looks like a misconfiguration of some
> kind or a missing component. Any idea what it might be?
> The solution depends on your card (I have an Intel onboard card).
> But this material may give you an idea on what you can try: