[linux-dvb] Air/SkyStar2 IRQ stop (partial) fix

jogi-vdr at planetzork.ping.de jogi-vdr at planetzork.ping.de
Mon Jun 27 12:20:16 CEST 2005


On Mon, Jun 27, 2005 at 09:54:09AM +0200, Peter Siering wrote:
> 
> Am 27.06.2005 um 09:28 schrieb jogi-vdr at planetzork.ping.de:
> 
> >On Mon, Jun 27, 2005 at 08:00:39AM +0200, Peter Siering wrote:
> >>
> >>I've tried 2.6.12 and a CVS export from 23.6. and it just works: TT
> >>1.3 with two SkyStar 2.6 (b and c revision). After 1 1/2 day uptime
> >>they are still delivering interrupts. VDR (1.3.24) recordings are
> >>still starting instantly without any video data stream broken
> >>messages and wthout driver reload. I've never seen that before,  
> >>great!
> >>
> >
> >I've tried almost the same setup (except that cvs was from 25.6.)  
> >and it
> >still does not work on my system. I do have a SkyStar 2.6d though.  
> >If I enable
> >the epg scan about half an hour later it stops generating  
> >interrupts and I have
> >to reload the driver to fix this issue for another half hour ...
> 
> I'am not sure if it matters, but what kind of card are you using as a  
> primary device?

TT 1.6 card.

> I did use the SkyStar boards together with a TT 1.5 card wich uses  
> the same frontend (stv0299) as the SkyStars for a long time, but the  
> TT 1.5 burned down and my obvervations are from using a TT 1.3 with a  
> different frontend (ves1x93).

But on my system (running Gentoo) both frontends and I guess also
some more are loaded automatically:

lsmod | grep -e b2c2 -e ttpci
b2c2_flexcop_pci        7704  18 
b2c2_flexcop           26604  1 b2c2_flexcop_pci
mt352                   6084  1 b2c2_flexcop
bcm3510                10276  1 b2c2_flexcop
nxt2002                 8900  1 b2c2_flexcop
mt312                   7652  1 b2c2_flexcop
dvb_ttpci              95400  4 
dvb_core               76072  2 b2c2_flexcop,dvb_ttpci
l64781                  7108  1 dvb_ttpci
saa7146_vv             46240  1 dvb_ttpci
saa7146                15016  2 dvb_ttpci,saa7146_vv
ves1820                 5380  1 dvb_ttpci
stv0299                10696  2 b2c2_flexcop,dvb_ttpci
tda8083                 5668  1 dvb_ttpci
stv0297                 8672  2 b2c2_flexcop,dvb_ttpci
sp8870                  7116  1 dvb_ttpci
firmware_class          7712  5 b2c2_flexcop,bcm3510,nxt2002,dvb_ttpci,sp8870
ves1x93                 6308  1 dvb_ttpci
ttpci_eeprom            2240  1 dvb_ttpci
i2c_core               17840  15
b2c2_flexcop,mt352,bcm3510,nxt2002,mt312,dvb_ttpci,l64781,ves1820,stv0299,tda8083,stv0297,sp8870,ves1x93,ttpci_eeprom,i2c_isa

> May be there are any side effects if the SkyStar shares the frontend  
> with another non-SkyStar card?

Regards,

   Jogi

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