2018-01-21 15:46 GMT+02:00 Klaus Schmidinger <klaus.schmidin...@tvdr.de>:
> As long as a cPlayer (or a cReceiver, for that matter) is attached to
> a cDevice, VDR will not perform its housekeeping tasks. This is to
> avoid any problems during replay or recording, possibly caused by
> heavy disk access.
Ah, I see.. I think softhddevice uses the dummy player to receive
keypresses, so it can exit from suspend on demand.
But the full check in vdr.c is this:
if ((Now - LastInteract) > ACTIVITYTIMEOUT &&
!cRecordControls::Active() && !RecordingsHandler.Active() &&
!Interface->HasSVDRPConnection() && (Now - cRemote::LastActivity()) >
So, there is a separate check for active recordings, and user activity
I think I just remove the LastInteract check. I think it is not really
useful on my current system anyway. I have a commercial detector
running after each recording, and it will run no matter what.. There
could be another active recording going, or playback or whatever. VDR
housekeeping is a much lighter process.
And currently the check works pretty much the wrong way around.. :) If
softhddevice is suspended and vdr left "idle", it will never enter
housekeeping because of the check.
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