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CVS: jack watchdog kills jackd

Jeremy Hall
Hello,

I built a Sarge debian system, then upgraded  to unstable some packages.  I noticed that there
was a jack package, but it was 0.90, so built the CVS and installed over it.  I have two
RME9652's slaved together so that if I go DS I don't have to recable.  If I use a single card,
jack starts but produces much distortion when ardour is started.  If I use the pcm_multi
version, jack times out within a few seconds of starting and little if any aditional
information shows up with -v.  If I use ecasound, the pcm_multi device works fine. (using its
alsa interface, not the jack interface)

What aditional information could I provide to assist in debugging this?

Thanks in advance

_J


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Re: CVS: jack watchdog kills jackd

Florian Paul Schmidt-2
On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 15:19:38 -0400 (EDT)
Jeremy Hall <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I built a Sarge debian system, then upgraded  to unstable some packages.  I noticed that there
> was a jack package, but it was 0.90, so built the CVS and installed over it.  I have two
> RME9652's slaved together so that if I go DS I don't have to recable.  If I use a single card,
> jack starts but produces much distortion when ardour is started.  If I use the pcm_multi
> version, jack times out within a few seconds of starting and little if any aditional
> information shows up with -v.  If I use ecasound, the pcm_multi device works fine. (using its
> alsa interface, not the jack interface)
>
> What aditional information could I provide to assist in debugging this?

sarge has a problem with libc's nptl [threading]. try the
LD_ASSUME_KERNEL workaround. Do you get the same behaviour?

more info:

http://www.affenbande.org/~tapas/wordpress/?page_id=18

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Re: CVS: jack watchdog kills jackd

Jeremy Hall
Hello,

After reading this, I can assume it still has not gotten committed.  I am using the libc6
package and debian version 2.3.2.DS1-22

however I am using a 2.4 kernel and the LD_ASSUME_KERNEL hack was the first thing I tried
although since then I realize it is only valid with a 2.6 kernel since i have not applied an
NPTL patch to my 2.4.29 kernel.  Indeed I have applied the low latency patch and preemptive
kernel patch and still see this.

_J

In the new year, Florian Schmidt wrote:

> On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 15:19:38 -0400 (EDT)
> Jeremy Hall <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> > I built a Sarge debian system, then upgraded  to unstable some packages.  I noticed that there
> > was a jack package, but it was 0.90, so built the CVS and installed over it.  I have two
> > RME9652's slaved together so that if I go DS I don't have to recable.  If I use a single card,
> > jack starts but produces much distortion when ardour is started.  If I use the pcm_multi
> > version, jack times out within a few seconds of starting and little if any aditional
> > information shows up with -v.  If I use ecasound, the pcm_multi device works fine. (using its
> > alsa interface, not the jack interface)
> >
> > What aditional information could I provide to assist in debugging this?
>
> sarge has a problem with libc's nptl [threading]. try the
> LD_ASSUME_KERNEL workaround. Do you get the same behaviour?
>
> more info:
>
> http://www.affenbande.org/~tapas/wordpress/?page_id=18
>
> --
> Palimm Palimm!
> http://affenbande.org/~tapas/
>
>
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