What about this advancedsettings.xml ?

boggiano

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Hello all,
can you,please, have a look to my file advancedsettings?
I have an adroid box with 2GB di RAM, kodi 15.2.
Any advice?

Thanks!

Code:
  <advancedsettings>
                                              <network>
                                                <buffermode>1</buffermode>
                                                <cachemembuffersize>157286400</cachemembuffersize>
                                                <readbufferfactor>20</readbufferfactor>
                                                <curlclienttimeout>45</curlclienttimeout>
                                              </network>
                                              <gui>
                                                <algorithmdirtyregions>3</algorithmdirtyregions>
                                                <nofliptimeout>0</nofliptimeout>
                                              </gui>
                                              <videoscanner>
                                                <ignoreerrors>true</ignoreerrors>
                                              </videoscanner>
                                            </advancedsettings>
 

RavRob

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Are you having problems using it? Why are you asking if it is OK? You should know if it is OK, if it is, it would be working well. If it isn't, it would not work. At first glance it looks fine but there are tons of different ones out there and they all look fine. Whether or not they are fine depends on your free mem and some other factors.

If it works, use it. If it doesn't then please say so.
 

boggiano

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Well, I didn' insert those values in a random way.
I have read the wiki before.
All I ask is a double check from guys that know things better than me!
I can't say "it works well" or "it sucks" Well, it works but I would like to optimize it!
As unix sys admin, I know that there is always something to optimize! :)