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Ravow
Minmatar
Cosmic Encounter
Mayhem.
Posted - 2011.07.25 14:47:00 - [1]
 

I'm about to test EVE in realtime and will post results if I can squize a bit more juice for EVE. Here How I will proced.

First I will do total CPU isolation :
CPU 0 and 1 : All IRQ + Kernels threads
CPU 2 and 3 : System process (including users applications.
CPU 4 and 5 : EVE (two client, 1 par CPU)

The kernel is Linux 3.0 with Realtime patchs.
I found Wine patch to make it RT aware.

So in theorie, The fact that the EVE CPUs don't have others thing to do and the fact that EVE will run on the highest priority (Under the kernel but it's on another CPU soo..)

I may get some more FPS and lower latencies...

Yadrig Belatsi
Minmatar
Brutor Tribe
Posted - 2011.07.26 19:11:00 - [2]
 

Originally by: Ravow
I'm about to test EVE in realtime and will post results if I can squize a bit more juice for EVE. Here How I will proced.

First I will do total CPU isolation :
CPU 0 and 1 : All IRQ + Kernels threads
CPU 2 and 3 : System process (including users applications.
CPU 4 and 5 : EVE (two client, 1 par CPU)

The kernel is Linux 3.0 with Realtime patchs.
I found Wine patch to make it RT aware.

So in theorie, The fact that the EVE CPUs don't have others thing to do and the fact that EVE will run on the highest priority (Under the kernel but it's on another CPU soo..)

I may get some more FPS and lower latencies...
Was it benched successfully? I'm interested in this =) Also, what cpu/gpu/sys are you operating within?

Ravow
Minmatar
Cosmic Encounter
Mayhem.
Posted - 2011.07.26 21:38:00 - [3]
 

Yes!

I can use firefox with my 75 tabs, compile stuff, etc... the EVE FPS line stay straight +/- 1 pixel (between 59.90 and 60.10 in my POS..

For now it's setted this way:
IRQ : CPU0
Kernel threads + process : CPU1 - CPU4
EVE : CPU5 (I tested with only one client as the other is out of sub)

VGA, SOUND and USB IRQ RT priority 80
EVE RT priority 70
I setted some of the kernel thread at 75

OS configuration :
Funtoo Linux
Kernel : 3.0.0-rt3
Xorg : 1.11-GIT
libdrm : latest GIT
mesa : latest GIT

Systen configuration:
CPU : AMD 1055T @ 3.8Ghz
RAM : 16GB DDR2 800
Video : AMD Radeon 4870HD
Sound : Sound blaster Live 5.1

Yadrig Belatsi
Minmatar
Brutor Tribe
Posted - 2011.07.26 23:34:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: Ravow
Yes!

I can use firefox with my 75 tabs, compile stuff, etc... the EVE FPS line stay straight +/- 1 pixel (between 59.90 and 60.10 in my POS..

For now it's setted this way:
IRQ : CPU0
Kernel threads + process : CPU1 - CPU4
EVE : CPU5 (I tested with only one client as the other is out of sub)

VGA, SOUND and USB IRQ RT priority 80
EVE RT priority 70
I setted some of the kernel thread at 75

OS configuration :
Funtoo Linux
Kernel : 3.0.0-rt3
Xorg : 1.11-GIT
libdrm : latest GIT
mesa : latest GIT

Systen configuration:
CPU : AMD 1055T @ 3.8Ghz
RAM : 16GB DDR2 800
Video : AMD Radeon 4870HD
Sound : Sound blaster Live 5.1

Yah very niceShockedShockedRazz

Sleey
Posted - 2011.07.27 17:18:00 - [5]
 

Holy $h!t, nice system.

Also, good technical work. Unfortunately doesn't help my dual-core setup.

Publius Victrix
Posted - 2011.09.01 20:39:00 - [6]
 

Edited by: Publius Victrix on 01/09/2011 20:40:45
A random note on WineHQ suggests that you might be better off not limiting Eve clients to one core each:

http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=23787

Search for "Ravow's Adventure".

Does your Wine patch implement the processor information calls? What version are you running, and are you running any Microsoft goo via winetricks?

How are you forcing the processor affinity?


 

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