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[vdr] Re: system hangs after deleting records in vdr
firstname.lastname@example.org 13.10.01 19:49
Once upon a time shaped the electrons to say...
>>>My system is a 1GHZ Thunderbird, NMC 8TAX+ MB, 256MB Ram,
>>>>>Hauppauge Rev 1.3 Sat card, 80 Maxtor disk, Suse 7.2.
>>Which kernel is that? (Suse is just distribution. writing
>>"Suse 7.2" is similar to writing "bought my new jacket
>>at Hertie 15:03 o clock". :-)
>Suse 7.2 comes with kernel 2.4.4 an that one I use
>>[files system crashes]
>>>First I used a vat partition for
>>>my video directory. When I deleted some records with vdr and
>>>vdr does this I get the following error messages in the
>>>Does any body have an idea whats wrong?
>>It does not sound vdr specific.
>>What kind of IDE cable do you have?
>>How long is the cable?
>UDMA cable, that comes with the mainboard, very short
>>Doesn't have the NMC the buggy VIA IDE Chip set? (I don't know, >some
>>days ago there were some problems)
>I have the newest bios update
>>Did you try to make kernels 10 times or more in a script as a >test?
>>(On that disk)
>Yes, it runs one day, no problems;
>I checked the memory with the linux memtest program, no problems.
If you can, change the memory strip to make sure that
this is not weak.
>Do you really think, that this could be a problem with the
>disk or chipset?
Your log file "unprintables" shows that the machine
crashed very hard.
Too the corruption of the fat could be an indicator
for hardware problems.
Sometimes this is caused by too long IDE cables.
It is very unlikely that an application like vdr
would be able to crash the box so hard just by deleting.
The deleting of such big files too really long.
(sometimes more than these "famous" 10sec a user will wait.)
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