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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007696||bugs||2018-11-30 17:19||2018-11-30 17:19|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007696: Tracks get randomly disconnected from the Master Bus if JACK server is stopped during Ardour operation|
|Description||Sometimes I need to restart the JACK server while I'm working, or something kills it accidentally.|
In such a case - some tracks that have been set to output to the Master Bus get disconnected (their output routing is set to nothing).
What's weird is - some tracks are disconnected, some are not.
After this happens I need to manually restore the connections, or reload my session if I have saved it before the JACK server was stopped.
I also have to re-assign the Master bus's outputs to "system", but that's trivial.
A good thing is that I can check - if a track outputs to nothing, I know it should output to Master. Still - I need to cycle through all of the tracks to make sure the session is in order, and when there's 50 of them it's taking a good while.
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Load a session with a lot of tracks outputting to the Master bus, and other buses as well|
2. Kill the JACK server while Ardour is running
3. Inspect the output routing of your tracks and buses
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