[RDD] Timed(MakeNext) event behaving like Timed(Start) in 2.5.1

ermina ermina at studioplume.com
Thu Jun 16 12:19:22 EDT 2016


Hi,

i just witnessed something odd in RDAirplay behavior :
- main log was playing, a 55 minutes long cart, that started at 17h01 as 
defined in my 17h clock.
- in that same 17h clock, at 39:00 minutes, was scheduled an event with 
the following properties : SEGUE, Timed(MakeNext), Scheduler
The audio cart selected by the scheduler for that event had "no valid 
cut available".

At 17h39m00, that "make next" event just fired, interrupting the long 
audio cart that was previously playing.
If i understand correctly that behaviour is not what is expected.

Is this a known bug in 2.5.1 ?

And if so, i guess it has been corrected in most recent versions ? (That 
would be an incentive to upgrade)
I did some extensive search in the mailing lists and changelogs and did 
not see anything relevant.

Logs on the rdairplay machine are not very helpful :

…

Jun 16 17:39:00 gh-vm-rdairplay rdairplay: event failed: Line: 693 
Cart: 4 (<-line 693 was my make next event)

Jun 16 17:39:00 gh-vm-rdairplay rdairplay: started audio cart: Line: 694 
  Cart: 1  Cut: 4 Pos: 0  Card: 0  Stream: 0  Port: 0 (<- that is a 
short (6 seconds) audio cart that played)

Jun 16 17:39:00 gh-vm-rdairplay rdairplay: LogPlay::StartEvent(): no 
audio,CUT=

Jun 16 17:39:01 gh-vm-rdairplay rdairplay: finished event: Line: 676 
Cart: 10086  Cut: 1 Card: 0  Stream: 1  Port: 0 (<- line 676 was my 55 
minutes long audio cart that got  interrupted)

Jun 16 17:39:01 gh-vm-rdairplay /USR/SBIN/CRON[10694]: (root) CMD (  [ 
-x /usr/lib/php5/maxlifetime ] && [ -x /usr/lib/php5/sessionclean ] && [ 
-d /var/lib/php5 ] && /usr/lib/php5/s$

Jun 16 17:39:07 gh-vm-rdairplay rdairplay: started audio cart: Line: 695 
  Cart: 10084  Cut: 1 Pos: 0  Card: 0  Stream: 1  Port: 0

Jun 16 17:39:07 gh-vm-rdairplay rdairplay: finished event: Line: 694 
Cart: 1  Cut: 4 Card: 0  Stream: 0  Port: 0

…

What should i look for to avoid that from happening again ?
Thanks for any pointers.

. e


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