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Mon Aug 8 00:13:03 PDT 2011

the alsa sink implementation would have this bug. Another possibility is
that while processing the rewind, some code somewhere requests another
rewind. Requesting a new rewind from a rewind processing handler would
be one possible cause, and another would be requesting rewind from a
wrong thread, which sounds quite likely in this case, since you're
moving a stream.

> I got this failure when I killed a sink-input in its move-finish hook
> to a new sink (is it safe?).

I don't know if it's safe. Might be that it's not.


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