[mythtv-commits] Ticket #1835: Gradually delete big files to avoid I/O starvation on some filesystems

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Mon May 22 00:34:15 EDT 2006


#1835: Gradually delete big files to avoid I/O starvation on some filesystems
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 Reporter:  bolek-mythtv at curl.com (Boleslaw Ciesielski)  |        Owner:  danielk
     Type:  patch                                        |       Status:  new    
 Priority:  minor                                        |    Milestone:         
Component:  mythtv                                       |      Version:  head   
 Severity:  medium                                       |   Resolution:         
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Changes (by cpinkham):

  * owner:  ijr => danielk
  * status:  reopened => new

Comment:

 Reopening after discussing on IRC.  If someone wants this committed
 quicker, they could resubmit an updated patch with the settings code
 added.  Probably 100MB increments would be good, but some might want
 lower.  Though, if things take too long to delete they are put back on the
 Watch Recordings screen, so something like a 10MB delete rate every 2
 seconds would not be good since it would take too long to delete a HD
 file.  Currently deletes are sequential, so if you delete 5 programs in a
 playlist, they are deleted sequentially, so even 100MB every 2 seconds
 could cause issues on the Watch Recordings screen when deleting multiple
 HD programs at the same time.

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Ticket URL: <http://svn.mythtv.org/trac/ticket/1835>
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