Java voip program on linux
martijnverburg at gmail.com
Sun Feb 23 11:40:12 UTC 2014
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On 21 February 2014 23:26, krafczyk <krafczyk.matthew at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, I'm trying to use a VOIP program coded in java on linux.
> The program seems to cause an unusually high amount of context switches and
> interrupts as reported by the 'dstat' program. For me, typical numbers are
> ~1k for interupts and 20k for context switches, however when this program
> running, I can see numbers as high as 20k for interrupts and 300k for
> context switches. This is easily an order of magnitude larger than normal.
> In addition the program consumes about 130-170% cpu as reported by 'top'.
> Now contrast this with when I run the same java program using a windows
> installation of sun java on wine, I see that the program consumes only
> 25% cpu, and the interrupts and context switches stay at a more normal
> What I want to know if anybody knows about any reason why this might be
> happening? and how I can resolve the problem.
> This program is interfacing with pulse audio if that's helpful, and I'm
> running ubuntu 13.10 with openjdk 1.7
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