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Talk Dreambox bleibt seit vorl. update newnigma2-unstable-dm8000-19_01_2013 öfter hängen

Dieses Thema im Forum "Dreambox 8000 HD" wurde erstellt von yelloflag, 6. August 2013.

  1. yelloflag
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    yelloflag Ist oft hier

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    hi
    eine hilfe frage an euch evtl ein bug???

    mein image newnigma2-unstable-dm8000-19_01_2013

    lief auch bis dato sehr stabil

    seit vorletzter woche bleibt die box zwar nicht wirklich hängen, sondern der sender auf den geschaltet ist läuft weiter bis ich mit der fernbedienung umschalten will, aber eine bedienung der dream ist ab hier nicht mehr möglich
    das phänomen tritt sehr unregelmässig auf aber wiederholt sich in 2 wochen nun ca das 5 mal

    die reaktion der box ist bei jedem tastendruck der fernbedienung immer gleich und zwar erscheint die duchgestrichene hand im linken oberen bildrand
    aber keine taste reagiert mit dem befehl den sie geben soll

    nur unsanfter reset über on/off schalter hilft

    danach läuft alles wie gewohnt bius zum nächsten auftreten des fehlers

    bitte um mithilfe
    ram und flash sind getestet und ok
    keiner liegt im engen bereich überall reichlich platz

    danke schon mal an die helfenden
    gruß
    yello




    hier das messages.log

    Aug 6 15:34:20 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 84.096000] uncorrectable error :
    Aug 6 15:34:20 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 84.096000] uncorrectable error :
    Aug 6 15:34:20 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 84.096000] end_request: I/O error, dev mtdblock1, sector 0
    Aug 6 15:34:20 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 84.097000] uncorrectable error :
    Aug 6 15:34:20 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 84.097000] uncorrectable error :
    Aug 6 15:34:20 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 84.097000] end_request: I/O error, dev mtdblock1, sector 0
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 user.info kernel: [ 85.472000] fuse init (API version 7.17)
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[932]: >> NTFS signature is missing.
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[932]: >> Failed to mount '/dev/sda': Invalid argument
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[932]: >> The device '/dev/sda' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS.
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[932]: >> Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[932]: >> partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[932]: >> mount: mounting /dev/sda on /autofs/sda failed: Device or resource busy
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.err automount[932]: mount(generic): failed to mount /dev/sda (type auto) on /autofs/sda
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.err automount[932]: failed to mount /autofs/sda
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[966]: >> NTFS signature is missing.
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[966]: >> Failed to mount '/dev/sdf': Invalid argument
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[966]: >> The device '/dev/sdf' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS.
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[966]: >> Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[966]: >> partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[966]: >> mount: mounting /dev/sdf on /autofs/sdf failed: Device or resource busy
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.err automount[966]: mount(generic): failed to mount /dev/sdf (type auto) on /autofs/sdf
    Aug 6 15:34:22 dm8000 daemon.err automount[966]: failed to mount /autofs/sdf
    Aug 6 15:34:23 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1000]: >> NTFS signature is missing.
    Aug 6 15:34:23 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1000]: >> Failed to mount '/dev/sdb': Invalid argument
    Aug 6 15:34:23 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1000]: >> The device '/dev/sdb' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS.
    Aug 6 15:34:23 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1000]: >> Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a
    Aug 6 15:34:23 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1000]: >> partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?
    Aug 6 15:34:23 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1000]: >> mount: mounting /dev/sdb on /autofs/sdb failed: Device or resource busy
    Aug 6 15:34:23 dm8000 daemon.err automount[1000]: mount(generic): failed to mount /dev/sdb (type auto) on /autofs/sdb
    Aug 6 15:34:23 dm8000 daemon.err automount[1000]: failed to mount /autofs/sdb
    Aug 6 15:34:25 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 88.966000] 28310 ms: 50
    Aug 6 15:34:25 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 88.974000] 8 ms: 60
    Aug 6 15:34:25 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 89.074000] 100 ms: 60
    Aug 6 15:34:25 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 89.119000] 45 ms: 60
    Aug 6 15:34:25 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 89.121000] 2 ms: 60
    Aug 6 15:34:26 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 89.211000] 90 ms: 60
    Aug 6 15:34:26 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 89.698000] 487 ms: 60
    Aug 6 15:34:26 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 89.852000] 154 ms: 61
    Aug 6 15:34:26 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 89.864000] 12 ms: 61
    Aug 6 15:34:26 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 89.866000] 2 ms: 61
    Aug 6 15:34:26 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 89.867000] 1 ms: 61
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 90.276000] 409 ms: 61
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 90.284000] 8 ms: 62
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 90.488000] 203 ms: 62
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 90.978000] 490 ms: 62
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 90.980000] 2 ms: 63
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 91.007000] 27 ms: 63
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 91.009000] 2 ms: 63
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 91.011000] 2 ms: 63
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 91.039000] 28 ms: 63
    Aug 6 15:34:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 91.085000] 46 ms: 63
    Aug 6 15:34:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 92.203000] 1118 ms: 63
    Aug 6 15:34:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 92.211000] 8 ms: 64
    Aug 6 15:34:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 92.230000] 19 ms: 64
    Aug 6 15:34:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 92.257000] 27 ms: 64
    Aug 6 15:34:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 92.293000] 36 ms: 64
    Aug 6 15:34:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 92.325000] 32 ms: 64
    Aug 6 15:34:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 92.326000] 1 ms: 64
    Aug 6 15:34:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 92.330000] 3 ms: 64
    Aug 6 15:34:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 92.347000] 17 ms: 64
    Aug 6 15:34:31 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.081000] 2734 ms: 65
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.158000] 77 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.588000] 430 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.794000] 206 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.796000] 2 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.898000] 102 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.901000] 3 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.904000] 3 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.916000] 12 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.942000] 26 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.975000] 33 ms: 68
    Aug 6 15:34:32 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 95.978000] 3 ms: 69
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.info kernel: [ 96.186000] bcmfb: creating surface with pixel format 0x07e48888 (BPXL_eA8_R8_G8_B8)
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 96.743000] 765 ms: 69
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 96.893000] 150 ms: 69
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.info kernel: [ 96.910000] Write AVS: 40 40 00 00 00 00 00 61 00 02 00 00 00 ff
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 96.957000] set current avs auto aspect to 4:3
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 96.957000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 96.957000] disable wss on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 96.958000] set sb to 3(2)
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.info kernel: [ 96.958000] Write AVS: 40 40 00 00 00 00 00 63 00 02 00 00 00 ff
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.057000] set current avs auto aspect to 4:3
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.058000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.058000] disable wss on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.059000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.059000] set wss 8 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.060000] set sb to 3(2)
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.099000] set input to 0
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.099000] set fb to 2(0)
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.099000] set current avs auto aspect to 4:3
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.099000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.099000] set wss 8 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.101000] set sb to 3(2)
    Aug 6 15:34:33 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.104000] set ac3 to passthrough
    Aug 6 15:34:34 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.159000] 266 ms: 69
    Aug 6 15:34:34 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.180000] 21 ms: 70
    Aug 6 15:34:34 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.185000] 5 ms: 70
    Aug 6 15:34:34 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.511000] 326 ms: 70
    Aug 6 15:34:34 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.519000] 8 ms: 70
    Aug 6 15:34:34 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 97.540000] 21 ms: 70
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861487 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277167, location=-1364690129
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861231 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276911, location=-1364690385
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861486 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277166, location=-1364690130
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861230 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276910, location=-1364690386
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861485 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277165, location=-1364690131
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861229 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276909, location=-1364690387
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861337 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277017, location=-1364690279
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861081 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276761, location=-1364690535
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861335 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277015, location=-1364690281
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861079 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 115.764000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276759, location=-1364690537
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 115.860000] UDF-fs: warning (device sda): udf_fill_super: No partition found (1)
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 115.901000] ioctl(CDROMREADTOCHDR) failed
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 115.901000] cdfs_toc_read failed
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1110]: >> NTFS signature is missing.
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1110]: >> Failed to mount '/dev/sda': Invalid argument
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1110]: >> The device '/dev/sda' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS.
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1110]: >> Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1110]: >> partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861487 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277167, location=-1364690129
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861231 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276911, location=-1364690385
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861486 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277166, location=-1364690130
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861230 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276910, location=-1364690386
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861485 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277165, location=-1364690131
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861229 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276909, location=-1364690387
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861337 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277017, location=-1364690279
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861081 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276761, location=-1364690535
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861335 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.007000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930277015, location=-1364690281
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.008000] grow_buffers: requested out-of-range block 18446744072344861079 for device sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 116.008000] UDF-fs: error (device sda): udf_read_tagged: read failed, block=2930276759, location=-1364690537
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 116.025000] UDF-fs: warning (device sda): udf_fill_super: No partition found (1)
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 116.066000] ioctl(CDROMREADTOCHDR) failed
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 116.066000] cdfs_toc_read failed
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1110]: >> mount: mounting /dev/sda on /autofs/sda failed: Invalid argument
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 daemon.err automount[1110]: mount(generic): failed to mount /dev/sda (type auto) on /autofs/sda
    Aug 6 15:34:52 dm8000 daemon.err automount[1110]: failed to mount /autofs/sda
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1138]: >> NTFS signature is missing.
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1138]: >> Failed to mount '/dev/sdf': Invalid argument
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1138]: >> The device '/dev/sdf' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS.
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1138]: >> Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1138]: >> partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1138]: >> mount: mounting /dev/sdf on /autofs/sdf failed: Device or resource busy
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.err automount[1138]: mount(generic): failed to mount /dev/sdf (type auto) on /autofs/sdf
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.err automount[1138]: failed to mount /autofs/sdf
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1163]: >> NTFS signature is missing.
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1163]: >> Failed to mount '/dev/sdb': Invalid argument
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1163]: >> The device '/dev/sdb' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS.
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1163]: >> Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1163]: >> partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.notice automount[1163]: >> mount: mounting /dev/sdb on /autofs/sdb failed: Device or resource busy
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.err automount[1163]: mount(generic): failed to mount /dev/sdb (type auto) on /autofs/sdb
    Aug 6 15:34:53 dm8000 daemon.err automount[1163]: failed to mount /autofs/sdb
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.478000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.478000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.478000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.478000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.info kernel: [ 117.478000] Write AVS: 40 40 00 00 00 00 00 61 00 02 00 00 00 ff
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.517000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.517000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.518000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.518000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.519000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.519000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.521000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.521000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.521000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.521000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.526000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.526000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.526000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.526000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.527000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.528000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.528000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.528000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.529000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.529000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.531000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.531000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.531000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.531000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.536000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.536000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.536000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.536000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.539000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.539000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.539000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.539000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.540000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.540000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.542000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.542000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.542000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.542000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.547000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.547000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.547000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.547000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.549000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.549000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.549000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.549000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.550000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.550000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.552000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.552000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.552000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.552000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.558000] using 50.00Hz as MonitorRefreshRate
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.657000] SET FORMAT: display[0], format=27
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.657000] HDMI mode
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.658000] use EDID to detect colorspace
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.658000] using colorspace: 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.739000] bcm_video_analog_port_setup (fmt=7)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.858000] SET FORMAT: display[1], format=7
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.980000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.980000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.980000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.980000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.982000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.982000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.982000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 117.983000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.010000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.010000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.010000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.010000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.013000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.013000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.014000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.014000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.016000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.016000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.019000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.019000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.019000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:34:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 118.019000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:34:58 dm8000 user.notice kernel: [ 121.571000] JFFS2 notice: (249) check_node_data: wrong data CRC in data node at 0x0b76bb2c: read 0x3767cf5a, calculated 0x93e77de5.
    Aug 6 15:35:00 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 123.815000] 26274 ms: 70
    Aug 6 15:35:00 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 123.834000] 19 ms: 95
    Aug 6 15:35:00 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 123.840000] tsmux set ciclk reg fe to val 00
    Aug 6 15:35:00 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 123.845000] tsmux set ciclk reg fe to val 00
    Aug 6 15:35:00 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 123.851000] tsmux set ciclk reg fe to val 00
    Aug 6 15:35:00 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 123.857000] tsmux set ciclk reg fe to val 00
    Aug 6 15:35:00 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 123.859000] 25 ms: 95
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 125.578000] using 50.00Hz as MonitorRefreshRate
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 125.677000] SET FORMAT: display[0], format=27
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 125.677000] HDMI mode
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 125.677000] force colorspace to 0
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 125.759000] bcm_video_analog_port_setup (fmt=7)
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 125.878000] SET FORMAT: display[1], format=7
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 125.998000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 125.998000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 125.998000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:35:02 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 126.000000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:35:04 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 127.493000] 3634 ms: 95
    Aug 6 15:35:04 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 127.602000] 109 ms: 99
    Aug 6 15:35:04 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 127.688000] set mute 0 (000) 1
    Aug 6 15:35:04 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 127.692000] 90 ms: 99
    Aug 6 15:35:04 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 127.707000] 15 ms: 99
    Aug 6 15:35:05 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 128.334000] usb 2-1: usbfs: process 706 (usbtftdisplay) did not claim interface 0 before use
    Aug 6 15:35:10 dm8000 user.err kernel: [ 133.606000] bcm4501: channel 0 is in normale mode now
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.205000] start pcr0 on dmx 3 pid:a9 index 5
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.209000] start audio on dmx 3 pid:49
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.209000] audio xpt start
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.209000] sync is off so we enable it
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.209000] demux-index 3 pcr0pid a9
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.209000] using 5 as pcr0 pidchannel
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.209000] MPEG
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.209000] audio: streamtype set 0
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.209000] audio: streamtype_set: stop rave
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.221000] audio: streamtype_set: restart rave
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.221000] set mute 0 (111) 1
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.222000] audio: decoder start 2
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.238000] video delay 0 (0 ms)
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.238000] total video delay: 0 (0 ms)
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.241000] start video0 on dmx 3 pid:a9
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.241000] total video delay: 0 (0 ms)
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.243000] VIDEO0: start decode
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.319000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.510000] RAP first pts 0xc2624b0c, stc 0xc2622f80, pcr valid
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.641000] audio_sampling_rate_info_isr: 416 callbacks suppressed
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.641000] RAP sampling rate info isr (48000)
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.641000] eBitRateChange Isr.. set source_changed_event!
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.641000] eModeChange Isr.. set source_changed_event!
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.798000] VIDEO0: first pts 0xc26310c4
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.798000] VIDEO0: resolution changed (720 576)
    Aug 6 15:35:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 134.948000] enable tsm0
    Aug 6 15:35:12 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 135.258000] VIDEO0: progressive changed (0)
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 550.361000] stop pcr0 on dmx 3 pid:a9
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 550.362000] stop video0 on dmx 3 pid:a9
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 550.363000] VIDEO0: stop decode
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 550.363000] VIDEO0: set blank to 1
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 550.364000] audio: decoder stop
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 550.384000] stop audio on dmx 3 pid:49
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 550.384000] audio: xpt stop(3)
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 550.384000] no decoder left in sync handling so disable xpt_sync
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 550.384000] bcm_audio_channel_stop(3) done
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.142000] start pcr0 on dmx 3 pid:148d index 5
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.145000] start audio on dmx 3 pid:148e
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.145000] audio xpt start
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.145000] sync is off so we enable it
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.145000] demux-index 3 pcr0pid 148d
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.145000] using 5 as pcr0 pidchannel
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.145000] MPEG
    Aug 6 15:42:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.145000] audio: decoder start 0
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.161000] video delay 0 (0 ms)
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.161000] total video delay: 0 (0 ms)
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.162000] VIDEO0: set streamtype!
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.162000] set H264
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.162000] sw rave disabled!
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.162000] audio delay 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.162000] total video delay: 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.163000] start video0 on dmx 3 pid:148d
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.163000] total video delay: 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.165000] VIDEO0: start decode
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.240000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.335000] RAP first pts 0x1d864a99e, stc 0x1d8649b68, pcr valid
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.628000] RAP sampling rate info isr (48000)
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.628000] eBitRateChange Isr.. set source_changed_event!
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.628000] eModeChange Isr.. set source_changed_event!
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.697000] VIDEO0: first pts 0x1d8663bf0
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.697000] VIDEO0: framerate changed 6
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.697000] VIDEO0: resolution changed (1280 720)
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.697000] set current avs auto aspect to 16:9
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.697000] disable wss on display 0
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.697000] set wss 7 on display 1
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.697000] set sb to 3(1)
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 551.847000] enable tsm0
    Aug 6 15:42:08 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 553.196000] VIDEO0: progressive changed (1)
    Aug 6 15:42:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.050000] stop pcr0 on dmx 3 pid:148d
    Aug 6 15:42:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.050000] stop video0 on dmx 3 pid:148d
    Aug 6 15:42:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.051000] VIDEO0: stop decode
    Aug 6 15:42:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.052000] VIDEO0: set blank to 1
    Aug 6 15:42:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.053000] audio: decoder stop
    Aug 6 15:42:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.073000] stop audio on dmx 3 pid:148e
    Aug 6 15:42:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.073000] audio: xpt stop(3)
    Aug 6 15:42:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.073000] no decoder left in sync handling so disable xpt_sync
    Aug 6 15:42:27 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.074000] bcm_audio_channel_stop(3) done
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.810000] start pcr0 on dmx 3 pid:17de index 5
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.812000] start audio on dmx 3 pid:17ea
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.812000] audio xpt start
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.812000] sync is off so we enable it
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.812000] demux-index 3 pcr0pid 17de
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.812000] using 5 as pcr0 pidchannel
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.812000] AC3
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.812000] audio: streamtype set 1
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.812000] audio: streamtype_set: stop rave
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.812000] passthru
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.824000] audio: streamtype_set: restart rave
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.824000] set mute 0 (011) 0
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.824000] audio: decoder start 0
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.835000] audio delay 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.835000] total video delay: 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.838000] start video0 on dmx 3 pid:17de
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.838000] total video delay: 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.840000] VIDEO0: start decode
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.865000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.897000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.930000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.962000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.991000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 15:42:28 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 573.991000] RAP first pts 0x14770ef20, stc 0x14770e924, pcr valid
    Aug 6 15:42:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 574.287000] RAP sampling rate info isr (48000)
    Aug 6 15:42:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 574.676000] VIDEO0: first pts 0x147726118
    Aug 6 15:42:29 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 574.827000] enable tsm0
    Aug 6 15:55:54 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1378.095000] ch0: unlock
    Aug 6 15:56:21 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1404.267000] stop pcr0 on dmx 3 pid:17de
    Aug 6 15:56:21 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1404.269000] stop video0 on dmx 3 pid:17de
    Aug 6 15:56:21 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1404.269000] VIDEO0: stop decode
    Aug 6 15:56:21 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1404.270000] VIDEO0: set blank to 1
    Aug 6 15:56:21 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1404.271000] audio: decoder stop
    Aug 6 15:56:21 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1404.287000] stop audio on dmx 3 pid:17ea
    Aug 6 15:56:21 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1404.287000] audio: xpt stop(3)
    Aug 6 15:56:21 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1404.287000] no decoder left in sync handling so disable xpt_sync
    Aug 6 15:56:21 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1404.287000] bcm_audio_channel_stop(3) done
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.421000] start pcr0 on dmx 3 pid:17de index 5
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.422000] start audio on dmx 3 pid:17ea
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.422000] audio xpt start
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.422000] sync is off so we enable it
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.423000] demux-index 3 pcr0pid 17de
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.423000] using 5 as pcr0 pidchannel
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.423000] AC3
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.424000] audio: decoder start 0
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.435000] audio delay 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.435000] total video delay: 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.437000] start video0 on dmx 3 pid:17de
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.437000] total video delay: 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.439000] VIDEO0: start decode
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.481000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.508000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.508000] RAP first pts 0x14d6cde20, stc 0x14d6cd822, pcr valid
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.804000] RAP sampling rate info isr (48000)
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.933000] ch0: unlock
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.966000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:06 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1689.966000] ignore pts error when audio is not running
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.317000] rap watchdog flush!
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.317000] flush audio decode
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.344000] audio delay 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.344000] total video delay: 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.501000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.534000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.566000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.600000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.629000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.629000] RAP first pts 0x14d6e67e0, stc 0x14d6e6208, pcr valid
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.633000] VIDEO0: first pts 0x14d6e6c38
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.663000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.694000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.726000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.760000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.784000] enable tsm0
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1690.788000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:07 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1691.084000] RAP sampling rate info isr (48000)
    Aug 6 16:01:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1694.989000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:11 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1694.989000] RAP pts error 0 PTS 0xa6b7ed90, STC 0xa6ba2f8d, type 1
    Aug 6 16:01:12 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1695.353000] XVD pts error PTS 0xa6b83dc8, STC 0xa6ba6f80, type 0
    Aug 6 16:01:12 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1695.374000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:12 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1695.374000] RAP pts error 0 PTS 0xa6b7f330, STC 0xa6ba7315, type 1
    Aug 6 16:01:12 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1695.405000] RAP pts error 0 PTS 0xa6b7f8d0, STC 0xa6ba78ac, type 1
    Aug 6 16:01:12 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1696.013000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:12 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1696.013000] RAP pts error 0 PTS 0xa6baa170, STC 0xa6bae390, type 1
    Aug 6 16:01:12 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1696.045000] RAP pts error 0 PTS 0xa6baa710, STC 0xa6bae92c, type 1
    Aug 6 16:01:13 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.133000] ch0: unlock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.165000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.165000] ignore pts error when audio is not running
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.516000] rap watchdog flush!
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.516000] flush audio decode
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.545000] audio delay 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.545000] total video delay: 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.606000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.639000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.668000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.668000] RAP first pts 0x14d7812e0, stc 0x14d780cf8, pcr valid
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.701000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.735000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.766000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.800000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1697.828000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:14 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1698.124000] RAP sampling rate info isr (48000)
    Aug 6 16:01:46 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1729.675000] ch0: unlock
    Aug 6 16:01:46 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1729.675000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:46 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.026000] rap watchdog flush!
    Aug 6 16:01:46 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.026000] flush audio decode
    Aug 6 16:01:46 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.053000] audio delay 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 16:01:46 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.053000] total video delay: 18000 (200 ms)
    Aug 6 16:01:47 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.309000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:47 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.309000] RAP first pts 0x14da4e5e0, stc 0x14da4e022, pcr valid
    Aug 6 16:01:47 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.342000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:47 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.373000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:47 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.407000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:47 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.440000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:47 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.468000] ch0: lock
    Aug 6 16:01:47 dm8000 user.warn kernel: [ 1730.764000] RAP sampling rate info isr (48000)

    hat sich erledigt hab neu aufgesetzt somit gelöst
    leider keine hilfe bekommen
    schade
     
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    Hi da nun nach knapp vier Wochen nach neuaufsetzen das Problem wieder auftritt habe ich, da ich hier leider keinerlei Hilfe bekommen habe, noch ein bissl rumrecherchiert und bin zu der Überzeugung gekommen, dass das problem mit dem fritz call monitor zusammenhängen muß,
    da mir nun mehrfach aufgefallen ist das es zu dem problem kommt wenn ein eingehender anruf kommt, es muß nicht sofort danach sein aber man schaltet ja auch nicht ständig herum so fällt es einfach oft erst auf, wenn man das nächste mal irgendetwas machen will. daß die dream dann unbedienbar ist.

    Ich habe in einem weiteren thread hilfe gesucht, in der der fritzcall monitor immer 3x angezeigt wird, was ja auch schon nicht normal ist, da ich nun gestern die fritzapp aktualisiert habe und in foren berichtet wurde das es bei älteren revisionen der app auch zu keinen problemen kommt, werde ich zunächst die upgrade version testen und danach den versuch unternehmen falls es immernoch auftritt, die app zu entfernen.

    Ich berichte hier weiter, denn seitenaufrufe waren es genug, nur leider keine hilfestellung.

    Vielleicht interessiert es jemanden, wäre schön gleichgesinnte zu finden, die das gleiche problem haben, da es echt nervig ist und das hardresetten der dream auf dauer ja alles andere als gut ist.

    danke


    wäre schön wenn der gelöst hinweis wieder entfernt würde denn gelöst ist es nun nicht mehr da das erneute aufspielen den fehler nun doch nicht beseitigt hat
     
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    Willkommen im One Man Thread
    nachdem nun seit der Deinstallation des FritzFon Monitors mehr als 4 Wochen vergangen sind und ich seiddem keinen hänger im Betrieb der Dream hatte ist der Fehler nun eindeutig auf das fehlerhate FRITZPLUGIN zurückzuführen also wen es interessiert FritzFon Monitor deinstallieren Problem der unbedienbaren Dreambox mit der durchgestrichenen Hand auf allen Tasten behoben
    Kann als gelöst markiert werden

    Ich danke allen helfenden:( würde ich gernen sagen
    nur war keiner dabei der auch nur einen ansatz hatte
     
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