Tweaking the Server but how ?

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Unitec
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AV Hardware: TV : 42LD750
Server: Debian

Tweaking the Server but how ?

Postby Unitec » Mon Apr 09, 2012 12:05 am

Hi.
After Upgrading i noticed that when i´m Skipping on my TV forward it takes up to 10 Sec :shock: until
the Movie is Playing from the new point.
Also the Movie Start takes more time up to min 10 Sec. :shock:

While Using the 6.0.34 Version the Skipping was mutch more faster. I would say Instand Skip. :)
The Movie Starts after about 5 Sec. :)

Is there an Option to grand more Ram to Twonky to speed up Playing and Skipping Process. :?:

My System is an Debian 6
Intel Core 2 2.4 Ghz
40GB HDD System
400GB Twonky Data :)
2.5 GB Ram
1Gbit Lan

Im Sorry for my Bad english. :cry:

Thanks for trying to help me with my issues.

Twonky_Rick
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AV Hardware: Samsung 650 Series TV (2010), 4.5TB HP MediaSmart server with 100,000 songs, 5) AT&T U-Verse STB, CE form-factor Media Center PC and 6 other networked PCs running TwonkyManager, 2 Sonos ZP80, Sonos S5 speaker, Apple TV (running XBMC), Roku Soundbridge, X-Box 360, Sony PS3, Kodak 10" Wireless Photo Frame, iPhone with PlugPlayer software, Sonos CR-100.
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Re: Tweaking the Server but how ?

Postby Twonky_Rick » Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:19 am

Thank you for reporting this issue. Your English is good! :D

1. What type of device are you using to play your media files (e.g. your Intel computer, your TV, other)?
2. What is the current version of TwonkyServer that you are running?

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Unitec
Posts: 9
Joined: Thu Jun 30, 2011 9:25 pm
AV Hardware: TV : 42LD750
Server: Debian

Re: Tweaking the Server but how ?

Postby Unitec » Fri Apr 13, 2012 11:20 pm

The Linux Server is running Twonky 7.0.7 Special

The TV is an LG 42LD750
The it´s in the Config Automatical set to LG DLNA Player

I tryed also with Generic DLNA 1.0 but no changes in the Problem.

On my Computer im Streaming the Videos via Samba. Need Twonky only for my TV. :)

If you want more Info about Serverconfig ect. please feel free to ask for the needed Stuff.

Thanks for your time.

Twonky_Rick
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Joined: Wed Nov 19, 2008 1:59 am
AV Hardware: Samsung 650 Series TV (2010), 4.5TB HP MediaSmart server with 100,000 songs, 5) AT&T U-Verse STB, CE form-factor Media Center PC and 6 other networked PCs running TwonkyManager, 2 Sonos ZP80, Sonos S5 speaker, Apple TV (running XBMC), Roku Soundbridge, X-Box 360, Sony PS3, Kodak 10" Wireless Photo Frame, iPhone with PlugPlayer software, Sonos CR-100.
Location: San Diego
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Re: Tweaking the Server but how ?

Postby Twonky_Rick » Tue Apr 17, 2012 7:25 pm

This gives me what I need to have someone look into this issue. Thank you for providing the addl details. :D

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Unitec
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AV Hardware: TV : 42LD750
Server: Debian

Re: Tweaking the Server but how ?

Postby Unitec » Thu May 17, 2012 4:49 pm

So after some testing and Install uninstall orgies. The problem is Solved.

I have Updated the whole system to latest Stable and does some Reboots ( why im using Linux ? reboot is for W... )

I dont know why or how but everything is working fine.

Thanks for your time.

Regards Unitec

Twonky_Rick
Posts: 3816
Joined: Wed Nov 19, 2008 1:59 am
AV Hardware: Samsung 650 Series TV (2010), 4.5TB HP MediaSmart server with 100,000 songs, 5) AT&T U-Verse STB, CE form-factor Media Center PC and 6 other networked PCs running TwonkyManager, 2 Sonos ZP80, Sonos S5 speaker, Apple TV (running XBMC), Roku Soundbridge, X-Box 360, Sony PS3, Kodak 10" Wireless Photo Frame, iPhone with PlugPlayer software, Sonos CR-100.
Location: San Diego
Contact:

Re: Tweaking the Server but how ?

Postby Twonky_Rick » Thu May 17, 2012 10:06 pm

Glad to hear that things are working now.

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