[alsa-devel] ALSA: Reasonable buffer size / where should it be implemented?

Knut Petersen Knut_Petersen at t-online.de
Tue Feb 8 17:08:37 CET 2011

> It's probably the right way to go. I would only copy data in a tasklet
> not directly in the interrupt routine. New hardware (like HDA) have
> scatter-gather DMA buffers with almost unlimited size, so users can
> just tune the system up.
Well, obviously recording to /dev/null has a better chance not to
hit xrun problems ;-)

So I'll clean up my q&d rme96.c code and submit it.

I have not had a look at the sources ... is arecord "right behaving"
or which command line recording tool could be used if it is not?


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