Motion - Bug Report 2008x 02x 12x 151648
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BUG: Error while writing video frame

I upgraded to 3.2.9 and now I see a lot of error messages. I'm connecting to an Axis 2400 camera server.

It looks like it took about 3 hours for the Error reading image header to show up and then the rest followed. I've included the different messages, but there are lots of them. I didn't notice them until today. You'd think logwatcher or swatch (I run both) would have caught these. They will now. I ended up just going back to 3.2.8, but I'll try any patches or give you more information if you need anything else.
Feb  6 14:36:30 linux01 motion: [1] Error reading image header
Feb  8 06:35:17 linux01 motion: [1] Error while writing video frame: No child processes
Feb 12 06:40:14 linux01 motion: [2] Error while writing video frame: File exists
Feb 12 09:15:00 linux01 motion: [1] Error while writing video frame: Interrupted system call
Feb 12 09:15:00 linux01 motion: [2] Error while writing video frame: Bad file descriptor

Environment

Motion version: 3.2.9
ffmpeg version: 0.4.9 - 0.41.20071011.lvn8
Shared libraries: ffmpeg
Server OS: Fedora Core 8, 2.6.23.15-137

-- DennisD - 12 Feb 2008

Follow up

Fix record

As i posted in Mailing list and other BUG/Support questions :

http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_name=1202274721.5651.44.camel%40localhost&forum_name=motion-user

So please upgrade to 3.2.10.

-- AngelCarpintero - 14 Feb 2008
Topic attachments
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buildit.outout buildit.out manage 10 K 12 Feb 2008 - 16:19 UnknownUser  
motion.confconf motion.conf manage 15 K 12 Feb 2008 - 16:17 UnknownUser  
thread1.confconf thread1.conf manage 1 K 12 Feb 2008 - 16:17 UnknownUser  
thread2.confconf thread2.conf manage 1 K 12 Feb 2008 - 16:17 UnknownUser  
Topic revision: r2 - 14 Feb 2008, AngelCarpintero
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