[vdr] ERROR: driver buffer overflow on device 1

Goga777 goga777 at bk.ru
Sun Mar 21 19:26:30 CET 2010


> >>>>> I have experienced this problem several times today while on HD h264
> >>>>> channels.  Like previously posted:
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Mar 12 15:02:23 vdr: [20675] buffer usage: 70% (tid=20674)
> >>>>> Mar 12 15:02:24 vdr: [20675] buffer usage: 80% (tid=20674)
> >>>>> Mar 12 15:02:24 vdr: [20675] buffer usage: 90% (tid=20674)
> >>>>> Mar 12 15:02:25 vdr: [20675] buffer usage: 100% (tid=20674)
> >>>>>
> >>>>> VDR was unresponsive and had to be restarted to fix.
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Best regards,
> >>>>> Derek
> >>>>
> >>>> Sorry, forgot to mention this is with VDR-1.7.13...
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> I confirm - with vdr 1.7.13 still have the same issue
> >>
> >> I assume, you both use vdr-xine. It would be a good idea to
> >> create a backtrace in that situation to rule out vdr-xine as
> >> source of this issue.
> > 
> > yes, I'm using the vdr-xine 093
> > please advice how should I use backtrace
> 
> When VDR is unresponsive, type something like that:
> 
> 	gdb /path/to/vdr `pidof vdr`
> 
> At the gdb prompt, issue the following command:
> 
> 	thread apply all bt
> 
> and provide the output.


but with my buffer overflow problem the vdr is working without any deadlock. I can such messages only in
syslog. That's why I can't do backtrace 

Goga



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