An updated tuna package that fixes one bug is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
The tuna package provides an interface for changing both scheduler and IRQ tunables at whole-CPU, per-thread, or per-IRQ levels. Tuna allows CPUs to be isolated for use by a specific application and threads and interrupts to be moved to a CPU simply by dragging and dropping them.
In Red Hat Enterprise 6.5, the oscilloscope utility was generated successfully, but MRG Realtime was unable to install it. With this update, a specific version of tuna is no longer required, and oscilloscope is thus now installed as expected.
Users of tuna are advised to upgrade to this updated package, which fixes this bug.