[mythtv-users] Stutter just develop
jedi at mishnet.org
Thu Aug 12 13:59:30 UTC 2010
On Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 10:19:35AM -0400, Jim Morton wrote:
> Jason Ward wrote:
> >On 9 August 2010 11:09, Jason Ward <jasonfward at gmail.com
> ><mailto:jasonfward at gmail.com>> wrote:
> > So my MythBackend is missing one of the USB drives its configured
> > to use, it developed corruption (the drive), formatted NTFS I had
> > to find a Windows PC to connect it to correct the errors. Errors
> > corrected but Linux now refuses to mount it saying the resource is
> > busy or in use (Windows PC has no problems with the drive).
> > However, apart from a chunk of missing recordings (until I figure
> > out how to mount the drive), no reason why MythTV shouldn't
> > continue to operate with the other drives it has configured.
> > But now my MythTV frontends stutter badly, even go unresponsive
> > sometimes.
> > Any ideas?
Check the GPU temperature or any of the other temp sensors. Perhaps
the box is overheating and is being throttled either by the OS or BIOS.
The GPU in my Asrock 330s run about 20C hotter than on my main desktop
and would start to stutter when the surrounding air temp got to around
105F. It was in an enclosed cabinet.
Took off the door and I don't have any stuttering problem anymore.
> Have you checked the load on the backend?
> what does top show?
> check cables?
> is it wifi?
> What have you done?
> You have supplied zero information as to your system or what you've
> done to this point. How is anyone supposed to know where to begin?
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