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I can confirm that Rotter stops recording after the jack server receives
three or more xruns. The program seems to be running, as does the jack
server, but all files are instead about 1k in size and have no audio. Any
On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 4:31 PM, Eric Steinberg wrote:
> Hi Nick,
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Hi Nick,I can confirm that Rotter stops recording after=
the jack server receives three or more xruns. =A0The program seems to be r=
unning, as does the jack server, but all files are instead about 1k in size=
and have no audio. =A0Any ideas? =A0Thanks!
-Eric Steinberg(415)819-2009On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 4:31 PM, Eric Steinberg <eric.steinberg@gm=
Hi Nick,I'm forward=
ing this to you in the hopes that you can shed some light on a problem I=
9;ve been having with Rotter. =A0I am trying to build a system that is stab=
le for long-term use, i.e. I want to leave it running. =A0I've observed=
that after some time (a few days or so), Rotter will continue to run but w=
ill not record audio, instead creating files of about 1K in size. =A0Can yo=
u tell me how I might troubleshoot this? =A0Thanks!
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rom: Eric Steinberg <=
Thanks, Paul. =A0If jack had not crashed, shouldn't rotter have=
continued to record? =A0Is there any way to establish why recording was in=
terrupted? =A0This happened about a week after I had started recording on t=
On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 4:06 PM, Paul Davis =
On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 6:56 PM, Eric Steinberg
> instances of rotter that I launched were still running, but were makin=
you should use:
=A0 ps aux | grep jackd
to establish whether jack has "crashed".
my guess is that had not crashed, but was no longer accepting new
clients and was otherwise hosed.