[vdr] Re: Watchdog kicks in, 1.3.28, 1.3.29

Thomas Bartschies tom at tomglx.homelinux.com
Mon Aug 15 23:43:00 CEST 2005


Malte Schröder <MalteSch <at> gmx.de> writes:  
  
> when I set the epg-scan timeout to something greater than 0, VDR crashes  
> reproducible. Attached is a piece of the log when it happened. I was  
> watching a recording.  
>   
> I tried a clean VDr install without patches, only remote plugin.  
> I use kernel 2.6.13-rc6 (same problem with 2.6.12.x), primary device is  
> a TT Rev.1.5 FF DVB-S, secondary is an AirStar2 DVB-T.  
>   
  
Hi,  
same for me here. Seems to me like an unsolved NPTL problem,  
because it only happens, if I don't use LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1.  
  
So as a workaround, I do. It happens also in all older 1.3.x vdr  
versions, for me.  
  
The problem remains steady through complete system upgrades like  
RedHat 9, Fedora Core 2-4. Therefore through many kernel and  
glibc versions.  
  
BTW Watchdog Timer is 60 secs. Should be more than enough and  
solved all previous problems for me. Since version 1.0.  
 
System contains 2x DVB-S 1.3 Cards and one DVB-S 1.5 as primary card 
modded to 4 MB. Kernel is 2.6.12.4 with CVS Driver. Dist is FC4. 
 
Regards.  
  




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