wsnipex Wrote:howto get a gdb backtrace mini howto
In case of a hanging/locked up xbmc process
sudo apt-get install gdb pastebinit
with XBMC running:
sudo gdb --pid $(pidof xbmc.bin)
in the gdb shell/prompt (gdb):
set pagination off
set logging on xbmc-xvba-crash.log
thread apply all bt
cat xbmc-xvba-crash.log ~/.xbmc/temp/xbmc.log | pastebinit
In case xbmc crashes completely to desktop, or X restarts
you should have a xbmc_crashlog* file in your home dir
ls -ltr xbmc_crashlog* # not needed, just to check if there are crashlog files
pastebinit $(ls -1tr xbmc_crashlog* | tail -1)
then let us know the url pastebinit outputs.
I haven´t seen a crash, but 1 cpu is always at about 50%. It is never in Idle with xbmc on, although i am not playing a movie.