The reason is that TsWriter thinks the stream is scrambled:Error at [22:04:59,050] [Log ] [7 ] [INFO ] - Controller: Timeshifting failed ..... In TS writer there seems to something strange with threads - expected one does not appear after error takes place.
After that, each tune request is seeing:[2013-10-17 22:04:59,027] [Log ] [7 ] [INFO ] - card: WaitForFile - no audio was found after 15,000858 seconds
[2013-10-17 22:04:59,027] [Log ] [7 ] [INFO ] - card: WaitForFile - audio and video stream is scrambled
So it seems to me that TV Server stopped receiving any stream from the tuner driver. This could be related to the CAM.[2013-10-17 22:05:15,067] [Log ] [7 ] [DEBUG] - WaitForPMT: Timed out waiting for PMT after 15,0018581 seconds. Increase the PMT timeout value?
What tuner are you using?Ok, will reproduce - its just a matter of time. Previously never tried to replug just CAM, restarting of tv service never helped and replug of USB card was nesessary.
Okay.It is technisat USB 2 hd ci with latest driver from azurewave they have on their site.
Hmmm, in the past I've seen that people have used TechnoTrend, Azurewave, Twinhan, TechniSat and TerraTec drivers interchangeably for certain products.Ps: I was trying (not that hard though) to reflash it to terratec s7 or Elgato, to use more stable drivers, but only vid/pid change was not enough and never found native eeproms of those. Maybe sometimes will try again to change not only vid/pid, but manufacturer, etc. seems their drivers are checking something else.
OK, thank you very much!In any case, the reason I asked about the tuner is because I know this behaviour is typical for those tuners. It has nothing to do with TsWriter, and AIUI doesn't matter which drivers or firmware you use. You can read this thread for some background:
Since this is nothing to do with a TsWriter deadlock I think it is best to stop the discussion here or move it to a different thread.
I am on x64 which requires signed drivers meaning that inf change is not possibleHmmm, in the past I've seen that people have used TechnoTrend, Azurewave, Twinhan, TechniSat and TerraTec drivers interchangeably for certain products.
Actually I've done the same for a TechniSat SkyStar S2 HD2 + CI, so I'm a bit surprised the driver ini file change doesn't work.