> the attached patch (against BK-curr) implements more finegrained timeslice
> distribution, without changing the total balance of timeslices, by
> recalculating the priority of CPU-bound tasks at a finer granularity, and
> by roundrobining tasks. Right now this new granularity is 50 msecs (the
> default timeslice for default priority tasks is 100 msecs).
> Could people, who can reproduce 'audio skips' kind of problems even with
> BK-curr, give this patch a go?
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