Re: MOUSE rate down to 1/4 compare with bare metal PC, how to explain?

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Hello guys,

I found if I turn off agent-mouse by the param: agent-mouse=off, the mouse report rate can improve to 50% ~ 80% of the bare metal. 
I'm still trying to make it as better as possible. If you have any suggestions, please let me know.

Yours sincerely,

On Tue, Jun 7, 2022 at 6:39 PM Walter Mitty <waltermitty121906@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello guys,

I'm using SPICE + QEMU as a solution for remote desktop. My guest OS is running on the server side, not locally. And there is a thin-client to access the guest OS. What makes me confused is, the mouse report rate is down to 32hz , which is 125hz on a bare metal PC. 

I looked up the source code and I found that SPICE will call some API of QEMU to replay the mouse events. But I haven't found the reason for this issue. By the way, if I redirect the mouse device to the guest OS, the mouse rate will be 125hz , which is identical with a bare metal PC.

Could anyone please give some advice? Thanks in advance.


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