[vlc-devel] Core Dump when Streaming
nantonop at orbitech.gr
Thu Apr 5 11:31:18 CEST 2007
i've been on this a while and wondering whether anyone has a clue...
I've been using VLC 0.8.5 on Linux Ubuntu Breezy to stream a number of
sources through HTTP. I'm using H264 and mp3 encoding and ASF encapsulation.
It appears that all is ok for 3-4 days but then at some point i get a
segmentation fault. I've seen this is down to a 'memory full' case and
VLC is causing this. VLC allocates memory somewhere which is not freed
properly... I've been trying to pin this down but i've not gotten
Also, i do get many warnings of the type:
"late buffer for mux input (XXXX)"
I do believe these are relevant...
Does anyone have a clue on how i should go about this?? I can't really
debug this... Does VLC have a memory tracking mechanism or smth? I'm not
really sure how i can track this leak down......
many many thnx
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