if so, i have some questions - i may try Tux3 for one of the systems i am building...
Tux3 not being screwed by the stable pages write stuff is good. I am wondering;
- has Tux3 been extensively tested/used in Linux RT environments, at all?
- How well does it behave in an RT environment, running Windows Applications?
- how much access do you have to adjust/tweak/experiment via sysctl, etc?
if you can answer any of these questions and/or point me to the docs that you think might be of interest to me, that would be great. I know that there are supposed to be some improvements regarding the stable page write stuff in EXT4 (that is supposed to solve these issues, afaik) that is coming down the pipe / being investigated, but for my own systems - i am starting to be interested in exploring other file-systems for more high-performance RT uses, anyway. (might as well cover all bases).
I have a little project i have started; L_ProAudio
Tux3 wouldn't help with that directly; being as the vast majority of users will be using EXT4 (since it's installed) . L_Pa-Wine, the new high-performance/properly mapped Windows PRIOs to linux PRIOs/multi-threaded version of Wine. (and my kernel that attempts to integrate better with Wine - and does). but it could be of use for my own H/W, if it yeilds good performance (which it the critical part). Some of your other features have appeal as well.
oh, project page if you are curious https://sourceforge.net/projects/l-proaudio/
EDIT: your snapshots would also be helpful for my own H/W.