[mythtv-users] Fedora 8 kernel upgrade breaks mythbackend?
aleahy at knox.edu
Fri Jun 27 00:42:09 UTC 2008
I've been running a mythtv backend without issue on a Fedora 8 system
with atrpm mythtv rpms for quite some time . . . until earlier this
week. TV shows now stop recording after about 300MB or so, and at
various times I'm seeing "Call Trace" messages in /var/log/messages like
the one attached. Once these commence, mythfrontend will hang when I
attempt to playback a recording--until I reboot the system. Skimming
through the mythbackend log, I'm not seeing anything obviously relevant
to explain this.
The onset of this problem seems to correspond to a kernel upgrade that I
did at the beginning of the week. Prior to these problems, I was
running the stock 184.108.40.206-92 kernel. The problems appear to have
started when I upgraded to the standard issue 220.127.116.11-27 kernel.
I'm in a bit of a bind because I was efficient and deleted all of the
older atrpm nvidia modules when I upgraded. They've since been deleted
from the atrpm yum archive and so backing down to the 2.6.24 kernel
won't be easy.
Any ideas what is up here?
Thanks for your assistance.
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