[mythtv-users] Vdpau of out memory issues with Avenard repos on Mythbuntu 9.10/0.22 Fixes
oliver.greg at gmail.com
Mon Apr 19 10:01:08 UTC 2010
On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 12:35 AM, Greg Cope <gregcope at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 18 Apr 2010, at 23:16, Kenni Lund <kenni at kelu.dk> wrote:
>> Kinda irrelevant that it has been working fine for 6 months if you're
>> running with less than 512MB. It's a fact that you can expect problems
>> under some conditions with less than 512MB memory dedicated to the
>> GPU. If you have upgraded the nvidia driver, MythTV or perhaps even
>> Xorg, you have changed the conditions which MythTV used to work under.
>> I'm sorry, but from your message it sounds like you haven't even
>> bothered to check the things the error message suggested you to check?
>> If this is the case, I'm wondering what kind of help you're looking
>> for? The error message has almost certainly already given you the
>> answers to fix the issue.
>> Best Regards
> I have checked most and am already running with 512mb and composite off.
> As the revo is quite a common platform I thought it worth posting before
> reconfiguring with all the other suggestions.
I have 2 revo 1600s (one on .23-fixes and the other .22-fixes), and I
have never encountered that error with recording from both HDHR and
HDPVR (and various other content/codecs).. The only time I have had
the "stuck on please wait" problem, a simple press of
up/down/left/right or play/pause has brought the video to the screen.
The only time I can think of mythfrontend crashing or needing
restarting are 2 things:
o Sometime when I scan for videos, it dies - very rarely though
o Sometimes when I FF a few minutes, then RW 10 minutes (to the
beginning), then immediately FF 10 minutes, it will almost always hang
the FE. I just try not to do that anymore..
I have never changed any of the default vdpau settings on either FE
(other than the deinterlacer)..
Does it seem to be a certain kind of content, or is it seemingly random?
More information about the mythtv-users