[mythtv-users] "IOBOUND - blocking" and then "Couldn't read data from the capture card in 15 seconds."
Michael T. Dean
mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Sat Sep 9 23:39:35 UTC 2006
On 09/09/06 05:16, Francesco Peeters wrote:
>On Sat, September 9, 2006 10:27, Michael T. Dean said:
>>On 09/08/06 08:36, Francesco Peeters wrote:
>>>So I am not sure which is causing which, but I have a MythTV box (0.18)
>>>Ubuntu, and once in a while I get:
>>><t+00> IOBOUND - blocking in ThreadedFileWriter::Write()
>>><t+15> Couldn't read data from the capture card in 15 seconds.
>>>Unable to write to client socket, as it's no longer there
>>>The card is a PVR250. I am using an external USB2 250 GB harddisk (WD
>>>MyBook) for the data.
>>>When this happens, the frontend hangs up. If I then kill and restart the
>>>frontend, all is fine again...
>>>I was unable to find much on IOBOUND using Google, so I was hoping maybe
>>>someone on the list had encountered and solved this?...
>>Yeah. It's solved by using a current version of Myth. (0.20 will be
>>out very soon.)
>Kewl and not kewl!
>Kewl: There's a solution!
>Not Kewl: I have to move away from Ubuntu's standard repo's for Myth...
>Ah well... I may just go for the CVS version then and compile myself... :-/
>First I'll check whether there are any plans to upgrade the official deb's
Well, right now, 0.19 is current and 0.18 is ancient (0.19 is an
antique). So, if they don't have 0.19, I doubt they plan to go to 0.20.
My hunch, though, is that someone who uses Ubuntu could tell you how to
get 0.19 because I know a /lot/ of Ubuntu users have 0.19 (or 0.19-fixes)...
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