[vdr] XBMC with vdr-1.6.0 ??

Simon Baxter linuxtv at nzbaxters.com
Mon Mar 29 19:29:18 CEST 2010


>> > Updated to [XBMC] 28276 and have exactly the same problem.  Only 3-5
>> > seconds of video when switching to LiveTV...but recordings now play OK.
>> >
>> > ??
>>
>> Have noticed that the video freezes at the same time as I get the 
>> following
>> in /var/log/messages:
>>
>> Mar 29 22:11:31 freddy vdr: [11020] ERROR: 1 ring buffer overflow (188 
>> bytes
>> dropped)
>> Mar 29 22:11:37 freddy vdr: [11020] ERROR: 51 ring buffer overflows (9588
>> bytes dropped)
>> Mar 29 22:11:43 freddy vdr: [11020] ERROR: 60 ring buffer overflows 
>> (11280
>> bytes dropped)
>>
>> (XBMC is running on the same machine as VDR)
>>
>> Goga777, looking at thread:
>> http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?t=45314&page=51
>>
>> I'm running streamdev:
>> vdr-plugin-streamdev_0.5.0~pre20090706+cvs20100307.2102.orig.tar.gz
>> which should already have patch "streamdev-cvs221109-AddFemonV1.diff"
>> applied
>>
>> Have you seen this before??
>
>
> please try cvs version of streamdev plugin  + cumulate patch which I 
> mention in my previous mail
>
> Goga

Pulled the latest cvs, patched with 
http://cobradevil.org/downloads/streamdev-xbmc.patch still get frozen live 
video in XBMC and the following:

Mar 30 06:27:35 freddy vdr: [12662] ERROR: 1 ring buffer overflow (188 bytes 
dropped)
Mar 30 06:27:41 freddy vdr: [12662] ERROR: 51 ring buffer overflows (9588 
bytes dropped)
Mar 30 06:27:47 freddy vdr: [12662] ERROR: 60 ring buffer overflows (11280 
bytes dropped)
Mar 30 06:27:53 freddy vdr: [12662] ERROR: 60 ring buffer overflows (11280 
bytes dropped)
Mar 30 06:27:59 freddy vdr: [12662] ERROR: 60 ring buffer overflows (11280 
bytes dropped)
Mar 30 06:28:05 freddy vdr: [12662] ERROR: 60 ring buffer overflows (11280 
bytes dropped)
Mar 30 06:28:10 freddy vdr: [12856] streamdev-livestreaming thread ended 
(pid=12656, tid=12856)
Mar 30 06:28:10 freddy vdr: [12855] streamdev-writer thread ended 
(pid=12656, tid=12855)
Mar 30 06:28:10 freddy vdr: [12674] buffer stats: 63920 (1%) used

Any ideas? 




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