--- Comment #8 from Rolf Pedersen <rolfpeder...@mindspring.com> ---
(In reply to Mauro Carvalho Chehab from comment #7)
> (In reply to Rolf Pedersen from comment #6)
> > Still, if I have kaffeine tune and display an ATSC channel, htop reports it
> > uses more than 2 of 4 cores on the i5-6500 CPU @ 3.20GHz (> 200% cpu across
> > several processes). If I stop the playback, htop shows kaffeine relaxes to
> > one process at 100% and stays there for the few minutes I watched. If I
> > close kaffeine and start it without opening Digital TV, it doesn't even show
> > up on the first page of htop. Here, I'm only using to record, so I can
> > workaround, probably, but it doesn't seem healthy, overall, to me.
> There were a task at EPG handling that had a high performance impact. I
> solved it by implementing an algorithm that it is a lot faster than the
> previous one.
> See bug #371579.
> Could you please test if the issue was solved?
> Could you please test again, against upstream version?
Yes, I just noticed how your beast of a machine was (also) crippled in the
kaffeine-git news feed and immediately wondered if the commit would help with
my usage problem ;) I will pull and build, use it for a while, then report
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