Video of latest xbmc code on Raspberry Pi
(2013-09-30, 00:24)tehnatural Wrote: I noticed you have readbufferfactor set to 10.0. Im also assuming that you do a nfs mount for your media and if so what is your rsize and wsize set at? Is there any reason to alter rsize and wsize with the newly added readbufferfactor? Im currently on a wired network so im not concerned with dropping packets so would larger packets mean increased performance? I personally noticed an increase in network performance switching to udp from tcp. Which would you suggest?

For me I get the best results with a OS mount of:
sudo mount -o _netdev,nfsvers=3,rw,intr,noatime,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,nolock,async,proto=udp /home/pi/dell

The video was just using the standard xbmc nfs access.

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RE: Video of latest xbmc code on Raspberry Pi - by popcornmix - 2013-09-30, 12:55
RE: - by godson - 2013-10-13, 00:29
USB 2.0 vs. Class 10 vs. USB 3.0 - by xbs08 - 2013-12-13, 11:56

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