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Posted by: insomnia May 26 2016, 12:51 PM
Hi,

i am running Scientific Linux 5.x and i have installed the real time kernel provided from MRG packages.

While booting, on initialization i can see the message:
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Starting rtcheck: Checking if system is Real Time capable: [OK]
                                                                                           [FAILED]


However, when typing in terminal the command:
CODE
rtcheck -v


It gives me:
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RTCheck 0.7.6 - Linux Real - Time Environment Checker
---------------------------------------------------------------------
RTCheck Initialization:
  Locking all memory:   ok
  Setting up real-time scheduling:   ok

System Tests:
  Locking up boot_id (bcbb0054-fe00-42e1-ac7e-0db5b6fc118f):   ok
  Checking for PREEMPT_RT kernel:   ok
  Checking for robust (PI) mutex support:   ok
  Testing for acceptable hrtimer resolution (<=100us):   ok
           Reporting 84us
  Testing for acceptable clock resolution (<=200us):   ok
           Reporting 1ns
  Caching results in /var/cache/rtcheck:   ok

User Permission Tests:
  Trying to lock memory:   ok

All tests passed


Is everything working properly?

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