[mythtv-users] Latest SVN pegs my CPU for 720p and 1080i
david.asher at caviumnetworks.com
Mon Aug 8 02:35:31 UTC 2005
I ended up backing up to 6836 to try the Cuy patches for ATSC scanning.
To be safe I started with a new mysql database.
I'm now getting the CPU load I expect. I'll move forward to the latest
again soon to see if it was the database causing my performance problems.
I haven't seen the recording problems you mentioned, but I've only got 1
Blair Preston wrote:
>I just get a little audio stuttering on my 3.2 prescott, but skipping forward
>and back seems to fix it. Latest alsa-1.0.9b stuff. Seems like some kinda
>buffer issue but I haven't found a way to fix it yet.
>The only other wierdness I see is when both pcHDTV HD-3000's are recording at
>the same time and I'm watching something, after about 20 minutes of recording,
>my CPU pegs at 80% or so, even when I shutdown viewing, it won't clear. Th
>cx88atsc driver reports a buffer overflow at the same time the CPU pegging
>starts. This doesn't happen if I'm watching through a remote frontend, only
>if I'm watching on the master doing the recording.
>Donavan Stanley (geckofiend at gmail.com) wrote:
>>On 8/7/05, David Asher <david.asher at caviumnetworks.com> wrote:
>>>I just switched over from 0.18.1 atrpms mythtv to building from the
>>>latest svn (changeset 6995, I was hoping to play with the new internal
>>>Mythfrontend now pegs my CPU when playing 720p recordings and I get
>>>frame drops on 1080i recordings.
>>>I've got a 3Ghz Prescott, and under 0.18.1 720p was ~65% CPU, 1080i ~90%
>>>CPU -- no frame drops.
>>>Is anyone else seeing this? I haven't changed anything else X
>>I'm using latest SVN with a 2.5ghz Celeron outputing to a 720p display
>>and have no issues with HD content playback.
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