[mythtv] MythWeb Paged TV Listings

Mark Buechler mark.buechler at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 19:31:30 UTC 2006

No, in my case it's the db query.. The query gets logged by mysql as a slow
query. It often takes > 5 minutes between the DB and httpd before it starts
spooling any data to the web browser, in my case.

I agree I would much rather have all channels in a single page as well but
if you have more than one TV provider configured you have so many channels
that using a single page is painful.

- Mark.

On 2/17/06, Chris Petersen <lists at forevermore.net> wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone was working on or had in their scope multiple
> page
> > support for MythWeb's TV listings. I have a problem with too many
> listings
> > and with them all on a single page it takes several minutes to show.
> I've
> > been thinking about changing that behavior to maybe a max of 50
> > listings/page.
> The slowness of that page is from both the table layout (lots of
> cell-span widths in order to account for shows that don't fit neatly
> within X-minute blocks), and from the loading of the code for the
> javascript mouseovers.  I'll be fixing the latter for .20 to use ajax to
> speed up the page loading.
> As for separating out into different pages, I really don't like that
> idea.  I'd much rather just scroll down to see all of my channels.  So,
> that means I probably wouldn't accept a patch to do this.
> However, I'd rather solve it by doing something like
> http://svn.mythtv.org/trac/ticket/199 suggests.  It lets you get fewer
> channels on the screen (which is really what you want), but it also
> groups them into something useful, rather than an arbitrary list that
> might split up your most-checked channels 4 pages apart.
> Unfortunately, I don't want to implement this JUST in mythweb, so I'm
> hoping I can convince one of the other devs to add support in the
> frontend, too.  Then, it'd actually be useful.
> -Chris
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