[linux-dvb] TechniSat SkyStar HD: Problems scaning and zaping
abraham.manu at gmail.com
Sun Feb 24 20:28:31 CET 2008
Vangelis Nonas wrote:
> I scanned using 7205 changeset. With verbose=5, I get 1801 services.
> With verbose=2 I get 1725 services.
> Using the 7201 changeset with verbose=5 I get 2082 services. I can check
> for verbose=2 and changeset 7201 if you think it is useful.
It would be nice to see changeset 7201 with verbose=1 and 2, the results.
> I have the "feeling" that 7201 behaves better. It is much faster also
> during scanning( I don't have measurements but I am pretty sure).
You can enable timestamps being output in printk's in the kernel config
to see the timestamps, with which you compare with the start - stop
events in the logs.
> Should you need kernel logs for failing transponders either 7201 or 7205
> let me know.
Will need the logs for the failing transponders in 7205, to check for the
> Manu Abraham wrote:
>> Vangelis Nonas wrote:
>>> I tried scanning with the 7201 changeset and I believe the results
>>> are better than the 7205 changeset. In the former case I get 2082
>>> services on hotbird, in the latter 1722.
>> Hmm.. Ok.
>> Can you please get 7205 and load the stb0899 and stb6100 modules with
>> verbose=2 or 5 as module parameters and see whether it makes any
>> difference ?
>> (ie you see more of the services) ie check whether changing the module
>> (verbosity level) makes any difference in the number of services found.
>>> I'll shortly send kernel logs for a failing transponder during scan.
>>> And something else:
>>> When I give to scan the parameter -o vdr it will not output the
>>> results after a complete scan.
>> Ok, this i had not added in, will look at this aspect.
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