Originally Posted by bdbcat
General Query to All....
Questions: Who is using a multi-core CPU with opencpn
What is your NMEA/AIS configuration? Any Virtual ports
Any unexplained crashes under heavy NMEA/AIS input load? These crashes may take hours to appear....
Blubaju: please confirm CPU?
Thanks for the input
Hope you got it, yes still crashes and yes: multicore,
Intel Core2Duo T5500 Mobile, 1666 MHz (11.5 x 145)
Instruction Set x86, x86-64, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3
Original Clock 1667 MHz
L1 Code Cache 32 KB
L1 Data Cache 32 KB
L2 Cache 2 MB (On-Die, ATC, Full-Speed)
3 GB memory; can send you an Everest_Home report if any help
but the crashes are NOT related to heavy AIS
traffic, never more than 4 ships.
input with Fransons GPS-Gate, not much "traffic" either as instruments are switched off on land
Ports: like head
COM 1,2,3,4, part of mainboard for 2 SSB
Virtual ports from 5 to 19 for various programs (some GPS-Gate created for other nav-software) further more for communication, Bluetooth, Nokia Cellphone (Modem), GPS-Mouse (wired), Camera
whenever openCPN crashes GPS-Gate crashes too, but without openCPN the other Nav-programs work fine with GPS-Gate. I hope you found the problem.
We will be in water
in January, any news already about Windows 7/64? I would like to upgrade from XP32 to 7/64 before touching water
. Scared of the driver issue though ;-)