X2Go Bug report logs - #530
Windows: PulseAudio severely slows down WinXP machines with

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Package: x2goclient; Maintainer for x2goclient is X2Go Developers <x2go-dev@lists.x2go.org>; Source for x2goclient is src:x2goclient.

Reported by: Nable 80 <nable.maininbox@googlemail.com>

Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2014 14:05:01 UTC

Severity: normal

Tags: build-win32

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Hi Nable,

On  So 29 Jun 2014 16:04:42 CEST, Nable 80 wrote:

> Package: x2goclient
> Version:
> When I use sound forwarding and launch inside X2Go session some application
> with sound support, pulseaudio.exe at client side starts consuming ~100% CPU.
> By default, X2Go Client starts pulseaudio.exe with high priority (13).
> When I set priority to "Above Normal (10)" PA's CPU load drops to 10-20%.
> With "Normal (8)" it drops to almost 0%, although sound is still  
> played stable,
> without any additional delays.
> I'm using WinXP SP3 (32-bit) on my laptop with single core CPU.
> This issue seems to be "PulseAudio 5.0 && WinXP"-specific.

thanks for handing this one in.

Our PA expert will take a look at that (I hope!).


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