Recording-Timer causes high cpu-load every 5 seconds

Discussion in 'pre 1.0 RC1' started by kuehnch, May 1, 2007.

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    If i add a new recording-timer for the program "c't magazin", a high cpuload (100%) occours every ~ five seconds (50% tvservice, 50% mysqld_nt). MySQL5 is used as database.
    In my mind it is a problem with the '-character. There are no interesting log-entries . After removing the timer, the problem disappears.


     
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