I thought that the BrightSign units were supposed to be deleting old cached content when the SD card runs out of room?
I just had another player (HD220) stop displaying MRSS content, no error lights or anything to indicate a problem. I tried rebooting the player, player came up fine, but still would not play content, checked network connection, etc. all the things to troubleshoot normally.
Pulled out the SD card (16GB), to find that it was completely full.
Deleted all the files in the Cached directory, and reinstalled the card, rebooted the player, and all is well again.
What is the mechanism for the players to delete cached files?
Delete older unused cache files after X many days of use?
Delete older unused cache files after card is X% full?
How is this supposed to work?
Why is there no error light indications for a full SD card?
Can this be addressed to do a better job than it currently seems to be?
I would not think that I have that aggressive of content on this player, but it is a pain when a 16GB card fills up in 30 days, when there is only simple content on the player.
Please let me know, so I can best advise my clients who are also having the same issue.