Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> On 09/29/07 09:30, Timothy D. Lenz wrote:
> > I don't know about it restarting. The crashing with loss of signal is
> > suposed to be a safe guard against creating blank recordings. Seems like a
> > bad idea to me to. Just delete the bad recordings, don't crash the system.
> Well, let me just comment on the nomenclature here ;-)
> When VDR does an "emergency exit" because there is no video data for
> a while, this is a *controlled* action that shall allow the driver
> to be reloaded. Full featured cards sometimes have the problem that
> they completely lock up, and reloading the driver fixes this.

I wonder whether reloading modules is still an appropriate action.
Nowadays it's possible for example to bind/unbind drivers to/from
specific devices. Ie if you have multiple dvb-ttpci cards it should
be possible to reset a specific one. Maybe it would even be possible
to implement some kind of reset ioctl in the kernel drivers so vdr
doesn't need to rely on external scripts at all. 


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