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I'm suffering under some bug that makes pulseaudio dump millions of messages in my syslog:

Oct 17 15:58:38 host pulseaudio[3757]: alsa-sink.c: Resume failed, couldn't restore original fragment settings. (Old: 352768/176384, New 65536/32768)

That amounts to 3GB of wasted disk space every day. The solution is to run this command:

/etc/init.d/alsasound restart

That fixes the issue. Unfortunately, it takes some time to notice that the bug is happening. So my question: Is there a program which can check for pulseaudio and Resume failed, couldn't restore original fragment settings and run the above command once (even though the message will appear at least a dozen times)?

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