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Long loading times for recordings ...

PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2016 10:38 pm
by NRWler04
I have a new HomeServer with a XEON D-1541 Motherboard. So far my experience is quite good ... very fast response with 8 real cores ...

My problem is, that the dvb-link DLNA-Server seems to work quite slowly. Searching for recordings is very slow. Also playing the recordings needs long loading time.

Normally the XEON D-1541 is quite fast. I'm running Windows Essentials Server 2016 with 32GB RAM, a Samsung nvme 950 Pro ssd for OS and a pool of 4 8TB HDD's in parity mode for my video & tv recordings.

Twonky is responding quite well with native Blue Ray Streamed videos. Much better then DVB-Link DLNA.

Does dvb-link support the 8 cores of the XEON D-1541? Or where is the problem?

Best regards

Ingo

Re: Long loading times for recordings ...

PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2016 5:04 pm
by the_man
Does dvb-link support the 8 cores of the XEON D-1541? Or where is the problem?

I do not think so.
Just in case you may repair the recorder database:
https://dvblogic.com/wiki/index.php/How ... er.db_file

Re: Long loading times for recordings ...

PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2016 1:50 pm
by NRWler04
Will the software be updated to support more then 4 cores?

Re: Long loading times for recordings ...

PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 3:12 pm
by NRWler04
No further information here? The DLNAServer is really slow compared to Twonky .......

Re: Long loading times for recordings ...

PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2017 7:59 pm
by NRWler04
NRWler04 wrote:I have a new HomeServer with a XEON D-1541 Motherboard. So far my experience is quite good ... very fast response with 8 real cores ...

My problem is, that the dvb-link DLNA-Server seems to work quite slowly. Searching for recordings is very slow. Also playing the recordings needs long loading time.

Normally the XEON D-1541 is quite fast. I'm running Windows Essentials Server 2016 with 32GB RAM, a Samsung nvme 950 Pro ssd for OS and a pool of 4 8TB HDD's in parity mode for my video & tv recordings.

Twonky is responding quite well with native Blue Ray Streamed videos. Much better then DVB-Link DLNA.

Does dvb-link support the 8 cores of the XEON D-1541? Or where is the problem?

Best regards

Ingo


Any news about this issue?