I am trying to find out the best way to add additional storage to VDR 1.4.6-1 over time. Could someone on the list give some advise on how best to config vdr so that I can add additional storage over time as my needs increase?
<br><br>My current config is as follws /etc/default/vdr is as below;<br><br><blockquote style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;" class="gmail_quote"># /etc/default/vdr
<br>#<br># See also /usr/share/doc/README.Debian<br>#<br><br># Change to 1 to enable vdr's init-script<br>ENABLED=1<br><br># Change this to 1 if you want vdr to be able to shutdown the<br># computer<br>ENABLE_SHUTDOWN=0
<br><br># Options that will be passed to vdr's commandline<br># for example: OPTIONS="-w 15"<br>OPTIONS="-w 30 -v /var/lib/video.00"<br><br># Set this to load only plugins with the correct patch level
<br>PLUGIN_CHECK_PATCHLEVEL="yes"<br></blockquote><br><br>My video directory is at /var/lib/video and is a symlink to /var/lib/video.00 which is a symlink to a directory on a partition on one of my mounted partitions. My understanding is that if I add additional storage to my vdr system and then add a new symlink such as /var/lib/video.01 that points to this storage vdr will automatically use it when /var/lib/video.00 becomes full. Is that correct?
<br><br>I have looked for some documentation on how this aspect of vdr should/could be configured but have not found anything that clearly defines how this should be best achieved.<br><br>Thanks in advance for any input on this :-)