From: William Goldsmith (bill_AT_radioparadise.com)
Date: Sun Mar 09 2003 - 01:48:10 EET
One more issue. My newest server is a Dual Xeon box & I'm running it with
hyperthreading enabled (2 Xeon CPUs emulating 4 CPUs). Does anyone know of
any real-time processing issues (ie in mp3 playback, processing by ecasound,
fifo pipes, or lame encoding) that are tied to the use of hyperthreading?
> > Sorry - meant to say RedHat 8.0. It's gcc 3.2 - which I've used to
> > ecasound successfully before, so I really don't think that's the issue.
> > only thing I can think of that is different on this system is that I
> > up having to move /usr/lib to a different disk partition (long
> > symlinked it back to its proper location, which should work fine, right?
> > `ls /usr/lib` gives the expected results, so it's not a dumb link error.
> Yeah, your STL include files for gcc 3.2 reside somewhere under /usr/lib,
> and that might have gotten messed up.
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