Difference between revisions of "Talk:Commercial detection with silences"

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I cant figure out why but silence.cpp seems to be ignoring SIGALRM and so it never stops. If I kill the tail manually (like silence.ccp is supposed to in the alarm handler) it finishes properly. If I send a SIGALRM to silence.cpp nothing happens. I'm on Debian Wheezy and it was working until a few weeks ago so it is probably a kernel or security update. Has anyone else seen this behaviour?
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I can't figure out why but silence.cpp seems to be ignoring SIGALRM and so it never stops. If I kill the tail manually (like silence.ccp is supposed to in the alarm handler) it finishes properly. If I send a SIGALRM to silence.cpp nothing happens. I'm on Debian Wheezy and it was working until a few weeks ago so it is probably a kernel or security update. Has anyone else seen this behaviour?

Revision as of 15:56, 28 December 2013

Anyone know the correct way to edit a skiplist in Python?

Done. wagnerrp

It's stopped working recently

I can't figure out why but silence.cpp seems to be ignoring SIGALRM and so it never stops. If I kill the tail manually (like silence.ccp is supposed to in the alarm handler) it finishes properly. If I send a SIGALRM to silence.cpp nothing happens. I'm on Debian Wheezy and it was working until a few weeks ago so it is probably a kernel or security update. Has anyone else seen this behaviour?