The Raspberry Pi 3 - now has 1GB RAM, and older docs have always recommended 128M GPU split for most of the video streaming apps I've looked at - but a lot of them refer to 512M RAM limit in the older Pis.
I'm wondering what the GPU split should be for a
command line boot on Jessie Lite, where the only function is to run MJPG-Streamer- for a live Pi Camera web feed over the LAN/WiLan?
There is no Graphics display, so I'm thinking CPU is more important than the GPU for video processing where no graphics are displayed on the HDMI monitor.
And would it help at all to assign a realtime priority to the process?
Final question - Instead of just looking at lags is there a way to physically compare numbers for different setups? Maybe some kind of log I could check to see if one method is working better than the other - maybe something that shows buffering or frame errors?