.:: adtecsupport.com | knowledgebase ::.
Search:     Advanced search
Browse by category:
Glossary

Our Disclaimer

File names that won’t go away on SignEdje, Edje-4111 and Soloist HD Pro

Add comment
Views: 810
Votes: 0
Comments: 0
Posted: 20 Nov, 2014
by: Gedanken J.
Updated: 20 Nov, 2014
by: Gedanken J.

On the SignEdje, Edje-4111 and Soloist HD Pro if you delete schedule files while a schedule is running you can corrupt the file registration database in the unit. This is not a catastrophic problem, but one that can easily be fixed.

This may also happen with lists and spots as well if the file is loaded/running and you delete the file

You can try to delete the file from the GUI , but the next time to go to the schedule tab, you will see the files have returned! Deleting them via FTP will delete the actual files, but they will still show up in the GUI

To fix the file registration, you will need to delete the file registration database and reboot.  This should allow the unit to reindex files and operate properly.  Do note, as soon as you do it again, this issue will happen again.


Connect to the unit via TELNET

Enter:

DEL FREG.DB

 

Reboot the unit and it will be fixed

Others in this Category
document H.264/Mpeg4/AVC Encoding Specifications for Adtec Decoders
document Multicast Receive and Synchronous Playback STC
document Closed Caption troubleshooting a RD-60 with SD-SDI
» More articles



RSS

DISCLAIMER:
While Adtec makes every effort to keep the information on this web site accurate, we make no warranty or representation, expressed or implied about its accuracy, completeness or appropriateness for a particular purpose. Thus you assume full responsibility for using the information at this web site, and you understand and agree that neither Adtec Inc. nor any of its employees is responsible or liable for any claim, loss or damage resulting from its use.

Adtecinc.com Links:

  • www.adtecinc.com - Main adtecinc website
  • Documentation and Downloads

    - Manuals, Software, Firmware, and more...
  • DTVGuide - Information about our ATSC PSIP / DVB SI service
  • www.adtecsupport.com - knowledge base home