Mares Smart Dive Computer + Bluelink pro
torvalds at linux-foundation.org
Thu Sep 27 11:22:19 PDT 2018
On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 10:27 AM Linus Torvalds
<torvalds at linux-foundation.org> wrote:
> But yes, limiting the packetsize to 128 bytes when using the BlueLink
> Pro dongle really fixes things.
> And I also made the "split command" be conditional, and the "send as
> one" be triggered by just the bluetooth case.
Ok, pushed out to libdivecomputer.
Bluetooth to this thing is *so* slow for me that I can't really be
bothered to download the whole memory dump of the Quad Air (I gave up
after about 300kB transferred, which took closer to an hour), so I
still didn't really _finish_ a full dump, but I did successfully
transfer literally hundreds of kB of data.
I need to try to figure out what it is that makes our bluetooth so
much slower and higher latency than it should be, but that's a
separate issue. As mentioned, it could easily be "Qt defaults to the
slow mode", and that either being a Qt limitation, or me simply not
knowing about the correct magic to things go faster.
But I think I'll go return the loaner dive computer, I don't want the
dive shop that lent it to me feel like they need to worry about it,
and I think I've done as much debugging on this as I'm likely to.
I *think* Fabio will actually be able to download his dives with this
last change. His traces already showed that it was really close.
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