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Subject: RE: v2 dir buffer is full.. wont keep dir/playlist size values..

RE: v2 dir buffer is full.. wont keep dir/playlist size values..

From: VanBaren, Gerald (AGRE) <"VanBaren,>
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 14:53:44 -0700

The configuration is saved in RAM until the next disk write occurs. You powered the unit off before the configuration was written to the disk. You need to do something to force a disk access (play a song, traverse directories, something) to get the configuration saved to disk. This is a power saving feature.


> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> []On Behalf Of Chris Jernigan
> Sent: Friday, March 19, 2004 4:47 PM
> To: ''
> Subject: v2 dir buffer is full.. wont keep dir/playlist size values..
> I have a v2 w/ 2.2 rockbox 3/19 build..
> I cant go into say a 'latestmp3' directory on my archos
> with getting 'dir buffer is full'
> I looked at the directory via a pc and usb, and its 534 songs big.
> I went to limits in gen/system settings.. and see playlist size and
> directory browser size..
> I assume this is a dir browser size and adjusted it to 1000
> also boosted playlist to 1000..
> I hit play key on archos button, and I assume the value stayed because
> I went back into limits and the 1000/1000 values were still there.
> I rebooted the unit by holding the power off button.. and turned it
> back on .. and the values had reset to 400/etc and I got dir buffer
> is full again on that folder..
> why?
> cj
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