[vdr] Instability with recordings on VDR-1.7.4 when recording to a NTFS partition
Klaus.Schmidinger at cadsoft.de
Sun Mar 22 11:06:56 CET 2009
On 22.03.2009 01:42, Niedermeier Günter wrote:
>>> If I pause live video then restart it starts in slo-mo i.e. judders, and
>>> then eventually freezes, but may then start again, still juddering ….
>>> and freezing …
>> Well, then I have no idea why it wouldn't work with an NTFS partition,
>> while it does work with others.
> Hi Klaus,
> I have similar problems using a NFS share under some circumstances:
> The general problem is that the index file stops growing after a few
> seconds, while the 00001.ts file growing normaly.
> 1. Using a local HDD with ReiserFS for recording, everything works well.
> 2. Using NFS V3 with the mount options tcp,hard,sync the index file
> stops growing.
> 3. Using NFS V3 with the mount options tcp,soft,async the index file
> keeps growing. I was happy figured that out, but there seems to be
> another problem.
> While having heavy network load this problem occurs again.
> An example:
> Cutting a movie on my NFS share, while recording a new movie to the same
> NFS share causes in the same problem, the index file stops growing.
> And... it does not start growing again, after the cutting has finished.
> This means that I have to stop/start the recording to get a correct
> index file again.
> Could it be possible, that the process which is writing the index dies
> in some kind?
The thread that writes the index file is the same one that writes the
> I've never had a problem like this in older VDR versions, and I often do
> cutting and recording at the same time.
Strange - the code for actually writing the index file hasn't changed
between PES and TS recording. But maybe you can take a closer look at
the changes to cIndexFile between version 1.7.2 and 1.7.3.
> BTW: Is the a way to (re)create a new index file for TS like genvdr for
> VDR file did?
I believe you mean 'genindex'.
Maybe I should make VDR automatically generate an index file when replaying
a TS recording without one...
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