[pulseaudio-discuss] Pulseaudio randomly resets
kugel at rockbox.org
Tue Mar 26 00:34:19 PDT 2013
Am 25.03.2013 16:46, schrieb Helmar Schütz:
> On 25.03.2013 09:30, Tanu Kaskinen wrote:
>> On Thu, 2013-03-21 at 15:00 +0100, Helmar SchÃ¼tz wrote:
>>> my Pulseaudio randomly resets when I play music in wine emulated
>>> foobar2000 or in Linux VLC player. I see the icon disappear for a bit
>>> and audio completely stops until I restart said applications. I tried
>>> running pulseaudio verbosely from command line but other than a "kill"
>>> when it happened, there didn't seem to be anything out of the ordinary.
>> What do you mean by "a kill"? Is there a line saying "Killed"? If that's
>> the case, then the problem is probably that PulseAudio is consuming more
>> CPU time in its realtime threads than it's allowed to, hence it gets
> Yeah, that line appeared in the terminal.
>> Do you possibly use module-combine-sink? It had a bug that could cause
>> the CPU limit to be exceeded. It's fixed in 3.0, which is not available
>> in Wheezy.
> I downloaded pulseaudio 3 from debian experimental. The problem still
> persists and it appears in every kind of audio application. It seems
> to me that OOM is wine-related, so I guess it is not related to my
OOM is not wine specific. "Killed" can also appear in the terminal when
the process was killed (by the kernel) due to exhausted system memory.
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