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Re: hwo to improve a video decoder program's timeslice

To: "Philippe De Swert" <>
Subject: Re: hwo to improve a video decoder program's timeslice
From: zhuzhenhua <>
Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2006 08:58:06 +0800
Cc: linux-mips <>
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On 12/12/06, Philippe De Swert <> wrote:

>  i have a video decoder program run as aplication
> and i now have change the HZ from 1000 to 100, set the decoder program
> priority as 99.

Seems you are mixing things here... The HZ change will just change the
interval of the timer tick. For some more explanations about this, look here :

> if i want to the video decoder program to get more time to run, is
> there any other way to improve it ?

Maybe using nice? Try "man nice" in a terminal on your Linux box to get more
explanations about this.
thanks, i have try nice already, there's not too much change.


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