On 3 Jan 2007, at 15:25, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
Halim Sahin wrote:
On Mi, Jan 03, 2007 at 01:22:14 +0100, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
few weeks ago I noticed a similar Problem, that vdr eats a lot of
Well, the tuner thread doesn't really do that much that might
eat such a lot of CPU time, one would think.
Maybe you can add some debug output in cDvbTuner::Action() and
cDvbTuner::SetFrontend() to find out what exactly it is doing
when this happens.
power. In my HTPC there is a tt 2.3 dvb-s and a usb-dvb-t stick.
I did some tests with dvb-t stick plugged in and without.
The cpu load is about 20% higher with the stick.
Please tell me if you need more info to find the Problem.
Can you identify a particular VDR thread that consumes those
20% more CPU time?
I think in my particular case it's really kernel time being spent by
the driver trying to lock onto channel 9. I guess the tuning is done
to collect VPG data.
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