OS: Suse 11.4
HP ML150 G6
1x Xeon 5504 @2000MHz (4 core, no HT)
system on SSD
/video on RAID-0 (hdparm -tT gives about 180MB/s)
Atomix LT card with latest driver and firmware
Is this system too slow to record 2 HD streams at the same time? I've tried both DVCPro-HD and dnxhd with no success.
sudo nice --10 ./dvs_sdi -c 2 -mode 1920x1080i25 -f YUV422 -s None -mc 0 -tt SYS
I put the secondary buffer to None. Was that wrong?
I've tried to increase shmmax to 2048 and put -m 2048 to the command line.
Recorder processes run up to 200% in top (cpu hovering around 99%)
Soon after starting the recording I start to get:
[code14:21:04.578 input1 index 0 EncodeFrameBuffer contains 250 frames (1 coded)
MtEncoder missed frame 2593!
14:21:04.872 input1 index 0 EncodeFrameBuffer contains 253 frames (4 coded)
input1 index 0 Coded frame 2593 has error!
14:21:04.897 input1 index 0 EncodeFrameBuffer contains 252 frames (2 coded)
And finally it segfaults.
I've tried running it headless from the command line to exclude X but that seems to have no effect.
Yes, maybe too slow. DVCPRO-HD is a lot easier to code than DNxHD. Did you try just one channel of video? You can see individual core usage with gkrellm - check whether they are peaking to full scale.
One channel seems to work fine.
Now has it been recording for 30 minutes or so with each core around 75%. When I started I was using a terrible upscaled signal from a bad source. Maybe that also is working against it.
Guess this is what happens when you're not a part of the buying process :D
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