[Libburn-hackers] libburn never finishes burning DVD image
damailings at mcbf.net
Mon Oct 26 18:10:46 CDT 2009
I have a user who reports that burning a DVD image never finishes.
I had him try cdrskin, and it exhibits the same issue. Can we get some
An excerpt from the bug report:
I've got the DVD writer PIONEER DVR-216D and use Verbatim DVD-R 16x discs which
can be written at 20x with this writer.
The problem happens with cdrskin, too. It first burns normally, then it says
"thank you for being patient", counts seconds until infinite and does nothing.
If I press Ctrl+C it says it waits for the drive to finish but nothing happens.
The only thing which helps is kill -9 and reboot.
This is the console output:
$ cdrskin -v dev=/dev/dvd0 dvd.iso
cdrskin 0.7.2 : limited cdrecord compatibility wrapper for libburn
cdrskin: verbosity level : 1
cdrskin: NOTE : greying out all drives besides given dev='/dev/sr0'
cdrskin: scanning for devices ...
cdrskin: ... scanning for devices done
cdrskin: beginning to burn disc
cdrskin: status 1 burn_disc_blank "The drive holds a blank disc"
Current: DVD-R sequential recording
Track 01: data 2746 MB
Total size: 2746 MB (312:29.63) = 1406073 sectors
Lout start: 2746 MB (312:31/63) = 1406073 sectors
Starting to write CD/DVD at speed MAX in real SAO mode for single session.
Last chance to quit, starting real write in 0 seconds. Operation starts.
Waiting for reader process to fill input buffer ... input buffer ready.
Starting new track at sector: 0
Track 01: 2746 of 2746 MB written (fifo 100%) [buf 100%] 13.6x.
cdrskin: thank you for being patient for 500 seconds ^C
UNIX-SIGNAL: SIGINT errno= 2
cdrskin: ABORT : Handling started. Please do not press CTRL+C now.
cdrskin: ABORT : Trying to ignore any further signals
cdrskin: ABORT : Abort processing depends on speed and buffer size
cdrskin: ABORT : Usually it is done with 4x speed after about a MINUTE
cdrskin: URGE : But wait at least the normal burning time before any kill -9
cdrskin: ABORT : Waiting for drive to finish ( 74 s, 4440 max)Killed
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