[gst-devel] CPU Load bcoz of Gstreamer plugin

Stefan Kost ensonic at hora-obscura.de
Tue Sep 8 17:30:01 CEST 2009


rakesh sharma schrieb:
> We dont have those tools callgrind/oprofile on the target platform.
> I have written the plugin in lcml(socket node), so code should take maximum
> cpu on dsp side not arm side, but its tacking full cpu on arm side . I am
> not able to measure where its eating cpu.
> If you people have those tools for arm you can share it with me so that i'll
> check and let you know about that.please reply soon its urgent.
oprofile works on arm. Your kernel needs support for it. E.g. the maemo5
sdk has it.


> thanks for reply...
> Edward Hervey wrote:
>> Sorry to ask the obvious question...
>> ... but have you profiled your pipeline and/or encoder to see *WHERE*
>> it's taking 99% cpu ? Use a profiler like callgrind/oprofile (if
>> available on your platform) or analyze your logs to see where it's
>> taking all that time.
>>   Until you've analyzed where your problem is... we won't be able to
>> help you.
>> On Mon, 2009-09-07 at 23:47 -0700, rakesh sharma wrote:
>>> I have written mp4sp encoder and its tacking 99% cpu load for all
>>> resolutions.
>>> Can anyone suggest solution for this ?
>>> Is that i have to release cpu using some gstreamer api ?
>>> Please help me its urgent.....
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