Sound corruptions with pulse-audio after last update

Bug #324103 reported by António Lima on 2009-02-01
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Bug Description

Binary package hint: pulseaudio

After the last pulse audio updates to intrepid - last week of January 2009 - my sound with pulse audio started to be corrupted sometimes at playback. It has minor hiccups frequently (about once or twice each song, so 3 r 4 minutes). This does not happen with alsa that I have noticed.

Here goes the output of utils_alsa-info.sh : http://www.alsa-project.org/db/?f=6b4c75fb29abceddd12f3ab104672273da90ee99

Release: Ubuntu 8.10
pulseaudio version: 0.9.10-2ubuntu9.3

Daniel T Chen (crimsun) on 2009-02-14
Changed in pulseaudio:
status: New → Fix Committed
Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

This bug was fixed in the package pulseaudio - 0.9.14-0ubuntu6

---------------
pulseaudio (0.9.14-0ubuntu6) jaunty; urgency=low

  * 0004_disable_autospawn.patch: Disable this patch. Doing so
    allows the daemon to spawn if not already running, which
    works around LP: #191027, #204272
  * 0012_clarify_driver_error_redirect_to_alsa_devs.patch:
    - Only log POLL* being set if tsched is used so that syslog
      isn't filled with innocuous messages when we set tsched=0
      (see 0030 below) (LP: #323712),
    - Hint 'linux' source package instead of 'alsa-driver' for
      Launchpad bug reports,
    - The debug-specific portion is only applicable to 0.9.14;
      0.9.15 enables a rate limiting module by default to work
      around this (and other) issues
  * 0029_fix_suspend_on_idle_null_race.patch: Handle sink case,
    too
  * 0030_set_tsched0.patch: Work around a shedload of (driver)
    bugs by falling back to interrupt-based buffer semantics
    (LP: #190754, #292880, #295519, #298494, #301755, #302964,
     LP: #319118, #323976, #324103, #326205, #326864)
  * Backport fixes from git HEAD:
    - 0031_fix_6chan_map.patch,
    - 0032_reinit_proplist.patch,
    - 0033_fix_pa-gcc-packedmalloc.patch,
    - 0034_bt_fixes.patch
  * Make invoking the stop target in the initscript not fail an
    upgrade (LP: #317921)
  * Previous upload (0.9.14-0ubuntu3) fixed LP: #321357
  * 01PulseAudio: use sudo -H to ensure that $HOME is, in fact,
    the user's when invoking pacmd for suspend/resume

 -- Daniel T Chen <email address hidden> Sun, 15 Feb 2009 02:35:26 -0500

Changed in pulseaudio:
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
Rene Horn (the-rhorn) wrote :

I'm getting this bug again, and I have Pulseaudio 0.9.19 on 9.10, so I don't know what happened since, but this bug is back.

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