[mythtv-users] Where the bottleneck?
mitchell.gore at gmail.com
Wed Jan 23 18:15:37 UTC 2008
Ok, i do a have a 8gb disk i removed from my Xbox when i modded it. Will
that be sufficient for system, logs, and db?. its only a 5400rpm.
I also forgot to mention. When all this is going on and i move the mouse
the system is so slow that the mouse jumps across the screen.
And when closing mythfrontend on the 1080p display the screen builds so slow
that it takes seconds to move from howing the desktop and the mythbackround
to load. (Does this make sense i may need to take a picture of what i mean)
On Jan 23, 2008 11:42 AM, Kevin Kuphal <kkuphal at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jan 23, 2008 10:30 AM, Mitch Gore <mitchell.gore at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I having issues with HD video stuttering when a recording stops and
> > begins commflaging. After the commflag gets started it plays fine but
> > there is a 45sec period where video is unwatchable. So where is the
> > bottleneck?
> > Here is my system:
> > Fedora 8 64bit/fully updated
> > MythTV atrpms-bleeding packages
> > AMD X2 5200 (2.4Ghz)
> > 1 gb of DDR2 800
> > 500gb sata drive (w/10gb system partition and the rest recordings)
> > 120gb sata (w/2.5GB SWAP and the rest recordings)
> > HDHomeRun
> > using onboard nVidia 6150 w/128mb Ram allocated.
> > Dual head display, one 1080p projector for the frontend and one 15"LCD
> > for admin work.
> > When all this is happening my Ram is used 73% and 25% is cache. I use
> > about 350mb of SWAP. Also when looking at HTOP the processor is not
> > maxed out so I don't believe that is the issue.
> > Would a new system only drive help? More Memory? PCI-X video card?
> Probably the disk. Most likely the fact that you are sharing system,
> database, logs, and recordings on the 500GB SATA drive is causing issues.
> I've moved to recommending a separate drive at the *minimum* for your
> database and logs (usually /var). Obviously this can exist with the system
> if needed but should not be shared with recordings. I found once I did this
> that performance increased dramatically since all the I/O contention between
> recording (seektables to the DB) and commflagging (reading seektables from
> DB) and watching (again, reading seektables from DB) combined with the
> actual video files themselves was separated.
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