[vdr] Vdr or driver performance dropout

Kartsa kari at kniivila.com
Sat Feb 3 23:26:13 CET 2007


Clemens Kirchgatterer kirjoitti:
> Laz <laz at club-burniston.co.uk> wrote:
>
>   
>> On Saturday 03 February 2007 10:13, Clemens Kirchgatterer wrote:
>>     
>>> Marko Myllymaa <myllymaa at iki.fi> wrote:
>>>       
>>>> Also this newer version does some weird busylooping or whatever
>>>> from time to time. Vdr gets all remote codes and buffers them,
>>>> but just starts executing them after ~45s. One time it took so
>>>> long, that I got ssh opened from other computer to restart vdr,
>>>> but vdr had recovered.
>>>>         
>>> i can confirm this. i get the same delays in key processing very
>>> frequently. i use also a low end machine - PII 233 MHz.
>>>       
>> What type of remote receiver are you using? I've had delays with some
>> remotes but not others:
>>     
>
> home brewed ir receiver on serial port using lirc. the same as you say
> worked best for you. i'm sure the problem is not on the IR side but on
> vdr, as that setup was not changed between vdr upgrades. 
>   
I have home brewed also and I either do not think IR side is the 
problem. The delays became the longer the more recordings are on 
simultaneously. I just tested just to be sure that after second 
recording the playback of another recording starts to snap crackle and 
pop both sound and picture. Very small but noticeable. After third 
recording responces to remote are either very sluggish or in some remote 
actions nothing happens. And as I said earlier this behaviour is similar 
in PIII 550 and AMD 3000+.

And actually I think what ever is causing this may also be the reason 
for the AV sync problem I reported in another thread. I mean after the 
third recording AV sync is about all the time out of sync or atleast its 
no fun to watch. I'll report about this in the related thread.

\\Kartsa



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