[mythtv-users] backend takes 100% CPU recording DVB-T
richard at rhysmission.co.uk
Thu Apr 13 08:36:37 UTC 2006
I've just rebuilt myth with the disable-dvb-eit option - now have a
steady 3% usage by mythbackend when recording. I've seen some notes in
SVN about changes to the EIT parser coming soon - they look like they
might allow it to work properly again.
-------- Original Message --------
From: "Steven Adeff" <adeffs.mythtv at gmail.com>
To: "Discussion about mythtv" <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
Subject: Re:[mythtv-users] backend takes 100%CPU recording DVB-T
Date: 5/4/2006 18:13
> On 4/5/06, Chris Hubball <chris at hubball.org> wrote:
>>>> If 0.18 works, does anyone know if you can run the 0.18 backend with
>>>> 0.19 frontend?
>>> No I tried that...
>>> So is it the packages or is everyone else running something a lot faster
>>> than a XP 1800?
>> I'm running a VIA 1.2Ghz.
>>> The other thing I noticed is BBC channels seemed to be a heavier load,
>>> possibly due to the higher bit rate.
>> Probably, but if it's running correctly it only pushes it from 5 to 10%
>> and so there's still plenty idle for other things.
>> As this issue seems quite common, I've raised it on the mythtv-dev list
>> to see if anyone has any ideas?
>> Have you tried building the backend package on debian? I was thinking
>> that perhaps there are some DVB-T build options we could try messing
> it may be worth compiling the latest svn fixes branch to see if the
> problem still persists.
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