Quote:> > Now I have a routine which shold run as fast as it can, i.e. without
> > interruption if possible... Are there any possibilities ? Every hint
> > is welcome !
> Man sched_setcheduler. You can use one of the "realtime"
> schedulers(Round Robin or FIFO scheduler)
That's what I wanted. Many, many thanks !
Quote:> I wrote some tools http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/schedutils
> that works pretty much like (re)nice but affect these schedulers
> instead, look at the code there.
I'll look at it (next week). But the sched_setscheduler call seems quite
straightforward to me.
Perhaps you can help me with one paragraph from the manpage:
"[...] a software developer should always keep available on the console
a shell scheduled under a higher static priority than the tested
Ok, I understand this. But how can I tell my bash to do this ? IMHO I'll
have to change the source of bash 8-O ... ?
Another thing: There is one "black box" kernel mode driver which reads
data from a analog-digital-converter (ADC) on my machine. If I
understood correctly, I could block this driver if I am not carefull ?
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