Maintaining a Real Time Stable Kernel

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Re: Maintaining a Real Time Stable Kernel

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bluebell wrote:Audio processing in the kernel would mean plugins also running in kernel space. Cool.
eBPF?
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Re: Maintaining a Real Time Stable Kernel

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milk wrote:
bluebell wrote:Audio processing in the kernel would mean plugins also running in kernel space. Cool.
eBPF?
Plugins with their DSP part coded in a language that gets interpreted by the kernel? I think that would blow up the kernel and introduce a lot of complexity. I don't think DSP code is as simple as network filtering code. DSP code needs not only multiply ops but also FFT and inverse FFT.

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Re: Maintaining a Real Time Stable Kernel

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please don't bring this fubar back gain (7 years later?):
https://www.phoronix.com/forums/forum/s ... the-kernel

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