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Subject: Re: directory buffer is full

Re: directory buffer is full

From: Jürgen Hestermann <juergen.hestermann_at_gmx.de>
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2008 07:01:02 +0100

> I have a Ipod Video 60gb. I am starting to get a message "directory
> buffer is full." Specifrically to this directory I have not added any
> files. What does the message mean (files still play) and fix the buffer
> full issue without having to delete files?

The maximum number of files and subdirectories is fixed to save memory
and it seems you have exceeded it. You can change it somewhere in the
settings but that means that Rockbox has to reload data from disk more
often because less memory is available for the MP3 buffer which cost
more battery life.

Jürgen Hestermann

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