I read about dmp failover it, and taking into practice the dmp enters on failover stage 1 fase, but it delays about 30 minutes to enter this mode once I drop down the connection towards the DMM. (The recovery timeout is configured to 120000 ms) (document added)
The recovery and failover url are pointing to the same local storage file.
The questions about this are:
1- should it take that time to show the local file (30 minutes)?,
2- how much time it should take to go off from failover stage? once the dmm connection is restablished.?
In order to test the failover functionality i'm doing the following:
I'm scheduling a presentation for 20 mins.
The presentation eventually initiates and during the playback(http streaming of the video file withing the presentation) i'm renaming the asset that is used in the presentation,thus creating a 404 HTTP status code.
This results in a black screen on the lcd but the failover never begins.
I can verify that both the recovery/failover urls are valid and present within the internal storage and usb of the dmp.
I'm resuming this conversation because i'm still struggling to get the failover option to work!
First of all, is annoying enough that you find the Failover configuration in the DMP Gui under two categories, Browser and Video Configuration!
Which one must be configured? Or maybe is it both of them?
Second, i have uploaded a local video file which i can confirm that is reachable,playable from the DMP ( since i can play this from "Play this video file locally"). When it comes to failover, it never starts, either in stage-1 or even in stage-2.
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