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In mijn opstartscript (/etc/init.d/softcam) staat de regel

/usr/bin/oscam --wait 0 --config-dir /etc/tuxbox/config/oscam --daemon --pidfile /tmp/oscam.pid --restart 2 --utf8

 

De output van het commando "ps | grep oscam | grep -v grep" levert mij 2 regels (dus twee processen) op.

 

En waarom worden er twee processen gestart voor Oscam?

Is dit specifiek aan mijn configuratie ofzo? 

[VU+ Uno 4k SE 8.0] [VU+ ZERO 4k OpenPli 8.0] [ET7000 OpenPli 7.3]

[Cahors BiG BiSAT - 1.9E, 9E, 13E, 19.2E, 23.5E, 28.2E & 5W]

[Diseqc switch - 2x Edison 10/1] [Diseqc switch - 1x Maximum 4/1]

[1.9E & 9E - 2x LNB Alps Twin] [13E, 23.5E & 28.2E - 3x LNB Evo Quad] [19.2E - LNB Alps Quad] [5W - LNB Inverto Black Ultra Twin]

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Ik heb inmiddels vastgesteld dat als ik de parameter --restart op 0 instel dat er dan 1 Oscam proces draait.

Ik vermoed dat het tweede proces nodig is om invulling te geven aan de --restart 2.

 

Hieronder de toelichting van de parameter --restart

 -r, --restart <level>   | Set restart level:
                         .   0 - Restart disabled (exit on restart request).
                         .   1 - WebIf restart is active (default).
                         .   2 - Like 1, but also restart on segfaults.
 

Bij een --restart 1 parameter draaien ook twee Oscam processen.

Edited by pieter532

[VU+ Uno 4k SE 8.0] [VU+ ZERO 4k OpenPli 8.0] [ET7000 OpenPli 7.3]

[Cahors BiG BiSAT - 1.9E, 9E, 13E, 19.2E, 23.5E, 28.2E & 5W]

[Diseqc switch - 2x Edison 10/1] [Diseqc switch - 1x Maximum 4/1]

[1.9E & 9E - 2x LNB Alps Twin] [13E, 23.5E & 28.2E - 3x LNB Evo Quad] [19.2E - LNB Alps Quad] [5W - LNB Inverto Black Ultra Twin]

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