[icecast] Re: Compiling ices
marc at dubhead.xs4all.nl
Fri Feb 21 08:48:22 PST 2003
> On Mon, 2003-02-03 at 21:02, Marc Remijn wrote:
>> Same problem.
>> invalid operand: 0000
>> CPU: 0
>> EIP: 0010:[<d08895b1>] Not tainted
>> EFLAGS: 00010006
>> eax: 0000000e ebx: 00003556 ecx: cff5b6b8 edx: cff5b6b8
>> esi: 0000e000 edi: 00000007 ebp: cd351f64 esp: cd351f4c
>> ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
>> Process ices (pid: 278, stackpage=cd351000)
>> Stack: 00000202 cd582c10 00008000 cff5b670 cff5b6b8 0000ffff 00018000
>> 00010000 00014000 d088711c cff5b670 00000000 cd582c10 ffffffea
>> 00008000 00000000 00000000 ce4cdde0 00000000 c012db45 cd582c10
>> 0805a720 00008000
>> Call Trace: [<d088711c>] [<c012db45>] [<c0106d7b>]
>> Code: 0f 0b 5b 5e 5f 5d 83 c4 18 c3 90 83 ec 04 56 53 8b 44 24 10
>> Module Size Used by Not tainted
> ok, now you've eliminated both the memory and module cases, try an
> updated kernel, latest stable is 2.4.20, although there are some interim
> patches which will become 2.4.21 eventually.
> If 2.4.20 also shows the same problem then you'll have to report it to
> the kernel mailing list or maintainer of the code in question. You'll
> need to decode the oops (above) with ksymoops to get a stack trace.
Well I got fresh sources of 2.4.20. I configured only options I really
need, I compiled the kernel and the modules, installed them and YES!! Ices
now works without any problem. Even when I load the 'tainted' pwcx
(Philips Webcam compression module) I don't have any problems.
I think the problems with the 2.4.18 kernel might be due to the fact that
this Slackware kernel was compiled with almost every other option compiled
in. Even development stuff was enabled. So maybe recompiling the 2.4.18
being a bit more conservative with the options enabled might produce a
stabler kernel. Also I think the Adaptec Scsi driver has changed in the
2.4.20 release. Anyway I saw an old and a new one. I think the 'old' one
was compiled in the 2.4.18 kernel.
Anyway to return on topic of Ices / Ogg Vorbis.
I am very satisfied with the quality. I steam the sound of my sat
receiver, so I can listen in at work. I have adsl with 128 kbit/s
Quality 3 sometimes breaks on this link, but q2 works fine.
I found the managed bitrate not to work very well.
With the q settings on a local lan even 6 works fine.
> You can try to isolate certain things, ices (in your case) mainly reads
> from dsp and writes on network sockets. The encoding part of ices is
> very unlikely to cause the panic but the ksymoops output is more likely
> to indicate the area of concern.
> If you need more help email me directly, as this is not really an ices
> or icecast issue.
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