rengel
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wrote on 24.02.15 at 00:26
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Hey Alex and everybody else..

On a 24/7 basis I noticed a bug, due to which after a certain recorded stream size I get 0 byte files. Beautifully and correct named but empty though.



I noticed this on XP x86 (which I will abandon soon;-)and Win7 x64.

This happens after ~48h, 408 Titles and/or >3,2GB StreamSize. I can not say that exactly, since some titles are skipped/ignored by default.

Idea (If I'm allowed to mention one :):
This could be avoided, if it is caused by some library-limitation under the hood, by stopping the record during a title found on ones ignore list and start refreshed writing to a new file.

As a workaround I could use scheduled recordings (to start stop?), but I might loose the recording of a title I was looking for in that time off-period.. But hey.. it works for most users around the world, I guess..

Regards,
Rainer
 
alex
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wrote on 25.02.15 at 19:45
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Hi!

This is interesting, I don't know how this can happen but it seems like a serious bug to me. There are no library limitations and streamWriter should not use that much memory so that it hits a limit, also I'm pretty sure it would just crash when the 4GB limit for 32 Bit processes is reached. Could you please export your profile and post it here/mail it to me and tell me to which stream this problem applies? I could test it and see if I can find the problem. Thanks for your report:-).
LG/Best regards, Alex

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alex
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wrote on 08.03.15 at 21:11
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I could reproduce the problem, this will get fixed.
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alex
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wrote on 28.03.15 at 14:50
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Bug is fixed in build 688.
LG/Best regards, Alex

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