[mythtv-users] ringbuf in memory?
scott at webhounds.net
Fri Dec 19 05:46:20 UTC 2008
Michael T. Dean wrote:
> On 12/19/2008 12:12 AM, Scott Harris wrote:
> Yeah, it was fixed in 0.21-fixes, so no need to go to trunk. The Fedora
> packages are all built with 0.21-fixes, so once they have a build of
> r19222 or later, you'll have the fix.
> You can check your revision with "mythfrontend --version" or
> "mythbackend --version". You'll get something like:
> $ mythbackend --version
> Please include all output in bug reports.
> MythTV Version : 19356
> MythTV Branch : branches/release-0-21-fixes
> Library API : 0.21.20080304-1
> Network Protocol : 40
> Options compiled in:
> Which says 0.21-fixes r19356. If yours already says 19222 or later,
> you've got the fix, so it's something else. If not, the bug is likely
> causing delays/non-responsiveness (as F10 is known to be affected by the
Definitely behind the times a bit:
MythTV Version : 19114M
MythTV Branch : branches/release-0-21-fixes
Library API : 0.21.20080304-1
Network Protocol : 40
So I'll try to get an updated version.
One of the other performance issues, which may be the underlying
problem, is the load
generated by X. It is consistently at
4421 root 20 0 413m 27m 21m R 90.5 1.4 8:03.89
or higher. 90.5 cpu...just not good.
It is a GeForce 9400 GT running NVidia driver version 177.82 compiled
locally. I use the
standard xorg.conf provided by running nvidia-xconfig with the only
other option added
Option "UseEvents" "True"
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