[mythtv-users] Performance issues with new hardware.
jon at sd-6.org
Mon Mar 19 20:23:39 UTC 2007
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> From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org
> [mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of R. G. Newbury
> Sent: Monday, March 19, 2007 1:49 PM
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> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Performance issues with new hardware.
> Have you tried changing your theme? Gant and some others need more
> resources than others.
> I have not looked into this at all, but it occurs to me that you may
> *need* to run a widescreen theme. From comments here, myth
> does not seem
> to like changing resolutions. And you may be forcing a
> resolution change
> when going into the guide. And X may be getting confused
> because you may
> have no 'smaller' modes available. If you don't have it already, try
> adding a '800x600' to you modelines and see what happens.
I have my X res set at 1280x720. I do not have any other modes in my
xorg.conf. I will try adding some more. I've only had it hard lock one
time with the new board and it took many attempts at agressively bringing up
the guide and dismissing it. It's _hard_ to reproduce now. I have a friend
with a simmilar board and setup with the same problem however. I will be
able to do further testing through him.
Does the guide honor the gui resolution or playback resolution? I don't
have either set explicitly, but I will try forcing both to my native res.
> And what happens if you are already ssh'd into the box? It's really
> weird that you should get that hard a lockup...A lockup of X I can
> understand..., I get that, but in my case, the backend
> continues to run
> and I can ssh in, and kill the frontend and X without affecting the
> recording in progress.
It hard locks, ssh session hangs until it times out or the machine is
rebooted so sshd can tell the client it's been disconnected.
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