Comment 11 for bug 888817

Yes that's right that there is no way for loading a track to clear or
jump-to-the-front of the queue of previously loaded tracks to analyze.

We set the analyzer queue thread priority to IdlePriority.

toomuch, on Linux have you configured your /etc/security/limits.conf to
allow your username to change the priority of threads? By default many
distros are configured to not allow this. If you haven't then that might
explain it. Your Linux machine is unable to lower the priority of the
analyzer thread while you are able to on Windows.

On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 3:37 PM, Sean M. Pappalardo <
<email address hidden>> wrote:

> This problem started awhile ago when we decreased the GUI timer
> frequency. For some reason, the track analysis time is directly linked
> to the GUI refresh rate, on Windows at least. If we can decouple these,
> I think that will solve the problem.
>
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