[ivtv-devel] Stability issues with PVR-350
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Wed Apr 4 11:18:01 CEST 2007
I see, are you using PVR 350, because on PVR 150 I can run this script
for a week and machine doesn't crash.
Ricardo Lugo wrote:
> On Apr 3, 2007, at 6:23 AM, Gregor Fuis wrote:
>> I got all the cards out and this still happens with just PVR 350 so I
>> don't think it is a PSU problem now.
>> Then I tried a patch for disabling DMA access for card, but I get it
>> to crash even sooner than without the patch with just this card in
>> If someone of you have a PVR 350 please try that script I attached!
>> With this script I am unable to crash server on PVR 150 card. It
>> crashes just with PVR 350.
> My machine crashes within 20 minutes of starting this script.
> - Rick
>> ./capture 0
>> 0 - means /dev/video0
>> Thanks for help
>> Yan-Fa Li wrote:
>>> Gregor Fuis wrote:
>>>> And about power supply. I have 450W, and I don't know if it is enough
>>>> for all that card. I will install sensors that I can see if my voltages
>>>> are dropping down.
>>> Hi Gregor,
>>> not all PSUs are created equal. http://xbitlabs.com/ has a lot of
>>> thorough reviews of power supplies. PC Power Cooling, Antec and
>>> Seasonic are well regarded manufacturers. Good luck.
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