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23 Jun 2020 23:44 #172518 by my1987toyota
So here are some pics of my test machine . I have some Mesa cards coming for it (6i25 & 7i76). The latency test was an early one . I have since pushed it much harder. I hope to run the new test script to see how it does.





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24 Jun 2020 09:07 #172550 by tommylight
That looks promising, and most probably will work with Mesa.

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27 Jun 2020 03:27 #172831 by seuchato
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my1987toyota wrote: ... I also installed an ssd as well. After some research I found out the cpu is an AMD Athlon II X2 250 . I did some stress testing simultaneously running 3 glxgears programs a video and randomly transferring files from a usb to the SSD and back again and got a max Jitter Base thread of 20939 and Servo thread of 18469....


I might get hands on a similar system. Would you mind running the test here and post the results here ?
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28 Jun 2020 02:23 #172943 by my1987toyota
seuchato I tried running the script on my computer ( Linuxcnc Debian wheezy 2.7.14) and coudn't get it to run. Deffinetly got to be my lack of expertise. So I think I did the next best thing I ran 5 of the glxgears programs, ran the histogram, occasionaly moving and resizing files and ran a playlist from my YouTube channel . I am not going to post it in the other section because I haven't gotten it to work for me yet.
here are the histogram results base 31.6 servo 27.3
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29 Jun 2020 23:35 #173156 by my1987toyota
I had made a short video of the computer . This is before I had put the Mesa 6i25 card in place.

https://youtu.be/IqYZBIQYEVI

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30 Jun 2020 07:18 #173177 by tommylight
That will do just fine.

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21 Jul 2020 09:06 - 21 Jul 2020 13:53 #175313 by seuchato
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my1987toyota wrote: seuchato I tried running the script on my computer ( Linuxcnc Debian wheezy 2.7.14) and coudn't get it to run. Deffinetly got to be my lack of expertise.
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Could be wheezy. I will test the script on a machine with wheezy. I will put the findings in this thread and refer here.

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update: long version here , short version: script is not compatible with wheezy for the time being
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23 Jul 2020 01:38 #175442 by my1987toyota
seuchato thanks for looking into it anyway. As Wheezy is basically end of life their probably isn't much point.

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23 Jul 2020 11:35 #175516 by tommylight
Use Mint 19.3 with Mate desktop for new-ish PC's and XFCE for older ones, it can be fully installed with LinuxCNC in about 20 minutes.
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26 Jul 2020 18:59 - 26 Jul 2020 19:20 #175952 by my1987toyota
hey tommylight do you recommend Mint19.3 over Debian for general experimentation. I have an older HP laptop that has Windows Vista currently loaded ugh . I want to use it for code work only. It is also an AMD 64 bit processor. Turion . It's kinda hard to lug the PnP machine back and forth between home and were I work.
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