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    Ndigitalhost memory usage

    Repost due to me putting it in the wrong place before...
    Apologies if this has already been queried, I did try and find another mention of it.

    Since upgrading to 4.2.3, I'm getting excessive memory use from ndigitalhost when nextpvr is idle. Last time I caught it at 900mb and this time around 700mb. Restarting the recording service seems to solve it temporarily.

    I've attached a screengrab of task manager and my log files... anybody else seen this?
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    One of your devices is failing

    2019-01-01 04:01:53.753 [DEBUG][80] Using tuner: TBS 6281 DVBT/T2 Tuner A (1)
    ...
    2019-01-01 04:01:53.791 [DEBUG][80] Starting graph...
    2019-01-01 04:01:53.819 [DEBUG][80] Failed to start device: 0x8007000e

    Martin

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    After restarting the recordings service, and watching live tv is it like that, or is it after an EPG update? I know it can use quite a lot of memory doing an EPG update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    After restarting the recordings service, and watching live tv is it like that, or is it after an EPG update? I know it can use quite a lot of memory doing an EPG update.
    Thanks, I'll take a further look once I get the chance.

    I think the other response about a failing tuner is a bit of a red herring - It seems my particular tv card has sporadic issues where I can't use both tuners. Had the same problem using WMC too. I don't seem to have to do anything to fix that - it just picks up on later recordings!

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