[mythtv] EITScanner caused playback issues
jochen.kuehner at gmx.de
Wed Jul 19 20:32:51 UTC 2006
Tom Lichti schrieb:
> Daniel Kristjansson wrote:
>> On Wed, 2006-07-19 at 15:12 -0400, Tom Lichti wrote:
>>>>> Slightly OT, but if the DB is on a machine that is different from the
>>>>> one doing the recording (and is not a MythBackend) would that pretty
>>> Interesting. I would have thought it would help in all areas. I'm not
>>> just talking about EIT stuff, but even regular PVR-x50 recordings as well.
>> Nope. I don't know why you would think that though. Sure the DB is now
>> using another hard-drive than the recording, which is good, but you also
>> need to get all that data marshaled and transmitted across the network.
> I just would have thought that the DB client would buffer the data, plus
> it's on a switched Gigabit network, which is probably faster than local
> disk. I have noticed my recordings have much less 'interference' (for
> lack of a better term) since I moved the DB off to it's own machine.
> You couldn't just leave my rose-coloured view alone... :)
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why is there so much db data needed for a livetv recording???
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