On Friday 10 November 2006 08:37, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > Hi, > I'd like to know when vdr is ready with its initializatin routines ( > starting plugins etc ). This is necessary to optimize the system boot up > time, because starting other services should wait until vdr is ready. Till > now I do a "sleep 15", but thats not really nice ;) A possible workaround > is to count the vdr pids and when this number does not grow for about 3 > seconds I decide that startup is done. Also I can search the syslog for > special messages, but thats all not very handy. Any other ideas are welcome > :) > Bye > Helmut > > Hi Helmut, you can wait for VDR responding to svdrp-connections.
Matthias PS: Some plugins seem to do too much in its initialization routine. e.g. audiorecorder tries to load all filenames at start which takes for me around 30s. -- Matthias Schwarzott Gentoo Developer http://www.gentoo.org
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