[mythtv-users] Watch Recordings is slow with SVN and no fglrx module
Daan de Beer
mythdev at tiscali.nl
Tue Aug 22 18:46:48 UTC 2006
I seem to have an identical problem, but with my Epia 1Ghz Nehemiah cpu. It
performed well for a very long time, but since 3 months or so, I see
I do not use the OpenGL painter, or the preview thumbnails or the
live-previews on this frontend. Thumbnails are generated correctly by MythWeb
When I skip through the "Watch Recordings" it takes several seconds, the X
process takes 100%CPU usage during that time. I tried several things with the
fonts, but no difference. I tried DPI(100x100) and (80x100), but that also
makes no difference. Also different themes did not speed up anything.
Using the different verbose levels on the frontend did not show anything
I tried profiling MythFrontend with OProfile, but it only showed some QMap
actions that did not take much CPU.
What can I do to further debug this problem?
> I'm running SVN from a couple of weeks ago (but I think I once had this
> problem with 0.19), on a FC5 machine with an ATI Radeon 9800SE card.
> I've just updated the kernel to 2.6.16-1.2133_FC5, I was running
> 2.6.16-1.2122_FC5 with the ATI drivers from livna and the fglrx kernel
> I haven't installed the fglrx kernel module for this kernel yet, (I'm not
> sure I really want it since I occassionally get odd XV problems when using
> it), which means OpenGL won't work. This is fine, since I want to use the
> qt painter. Everything works well except for the Watch Recordings screen
> takes about 3-4 seconds to load and about 1-2 seconds to select a
> recording. When I reboot into the old kernel with the fglrx module, Watch
> Recordings works much faster.
> Does Watch Recordings use OpenGL or some other function which uses the
> fglrx driver?
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