On 06/08/09 08:59, Christian Wieninger wrote: > Hi, > > the epgsearch plugin handles some tasks as separate threads, that also > use SVDRP to talk to VDR. Currently these threads are started after a > fixed time (e.g. 20s) to give VDR the time to start up. > A user reported that epgsearch fails in SVDRP communication, because VDR > was still waiting for its devices (and therefore is not yet ready to > accept SVDRP connections): > > Jun 3 20:07:40 vdr vdr:  not all devices ready after 30 seconds > > These 30 seconds are only defined in vdr.c and are therefore 'invisible' > to plugins. So I'm looking for 'clean' way to check if VDR is up and ready. > Of course, one could do any SVDRP command, e.g. 'help', and check the > result, but thats quite cumbersome. > Next idea: use cPlugin::Housekeeping() to signal the threads that VDR is > idle now after startup. This works, but sometimes takes up to >90s. > Any idea how to get a better solution?
You could implement cPlugin::MainThreadHook(), which is called at the end of the main loop. Klaus _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr