[mythtv] fix for IOBOUND - blocking in ThreadedFileWriter::Write
mwahal at gmail.com
Thu Jul 7 01:27:32 EDT 2005
so which file system do you recommend ? xfs ? reiser ?
On 7/6/05, J. Donavan Stanley <jdonavan at jdonavan.net> wrote:
> Mudit Wahal wrote:
> >I'm running myth 0.18 release version on a 220.127.116.11 kernel. My card is
> >HD3000 HDTV tuner card. I've one 180GB hard drive in my setup,
> >standard knoppix myth partition. /, /root, /cache and /myth , are all
> >ext 3.
> >Whenever the tuner is recording a program, and I try to copy a large
> >file, I get the following error message in the backend logs.
> ext3 which isn't the best choice storing and moving around large files.
> Using the write filesystem for the job would probably clear your problem
> up without the need to make any changes to Myth.
> >I think 2MB buffer may be fine for SD stuff, but for HD stuff, we need
> >a bigger buffer. I'll experiment with a 12MB and 16MB buffer also. I
> >did check the 0.18.1 code and the SVN code and the value is still 2MB.
> I routinely copy over multi GB files while HD streams are recording
> without issue.
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