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

Malte Schröder MalteSch at gmx.de
Tue Aug 16 09:55:49 CEST 2005

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Thomas Bartschies wrote:
> 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.  

I will try LD_ASSUME_KERNEL, let's see ...

> 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 with CVS Driver. Dist is FC4. 
> Regards.  
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