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[vdr] Re: For VDR-1.2.0: VDR should disable broken cards
> What I think VDR should do is:
> - on an EPG scan: simply ignore channels that don't deliver any data
> (this would also prevent a current recording from becoming messed
> up just because the EPG scan fails --> I'd rather have no EPG data
> than a junked recording)
I Agree here.
> - For other restarts: a counter for maximum retries. If we have more
> than one recording set and for some reason it fails to tune, the others
> become unwatchable because VDR is always restarting. Here, too,
> the less worse case is preferable. I'd rather miss one recording (with
> my mod I can always scan for additional starting times ;o)) than have
> all planned or running recordings totally "hacked up".
I agree here too. If the card that fails does not have a recording running
and the other has one active, then VDR should do nothing. If no recordings
are active then a max-restart-counter would be nice.
On one-card systems this could be handled different than on multiple-card
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