[mythtv-users] Fedora 8 kernel upgrade breaks mythbackend?

Andrew Leahy 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 kernel.  The problems appear to have 
started when I upgraded to the standard issue 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.

Andrew Leahy

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