My values were higher than nearly every software that run on that machine. Exception was the watchdog, migration and the rtkit-daemon. So I compared the values of my software with the with the other software of the system. (Used
ps axHo user,lwp,pid,rtprio,ni,command)
Since values around 70 didn’t reduce xruns I raised the values up to the highest values I was able to find on my system. (Thats dangerous - I know - It worked for that test - Currently with the low-latency kernel I reverted back to RT priority of 10 (Standard value in cadence))
Let me know if this could be done better or different.
After testing the initial version of the file rtirq.conf I edited the file as stated in the [https://wiki.linuxaudio.org/wiki/system_configuration#rtirq](http://Linux audio system configuration) according to my needs.
Can you provide a more recent link regarding that topic?
My girlfriend was unable to get sound (using another sound card? - I don’t know anymore) when she was using my computer - because I was in the audio group and was logged in in parallel. (So it happened, but we don’t use the PC in parallel currently - so not an issue anymore.
I currently use MIDI in my sessions by connecting some software with midi connections. Is that something that shouldn’t work or do you mean something else?
That’s fine - I just wanted to say that my experience is that they don’t really help me currently - maybe I’ll come back to these actions in the future. (That might be interesting to others)