jyavenard at gmail.com
Tue Feb 18 06:03:53 UTC 2014
On Tuesday, February 18, 2014, Jonas Arndt <jonas.arndt at thearndtfamily.com>
> On 02/17/2014 10:12 PM, Jean-Yves Avenard wrote:
>> Moving to Nfs didn't solve this problem.
>> I'm still suffering the exact same problem as what you are seeing.
>> Trying to find a way. So far none of them have proven consistent
> Thanks JY
> Do you have a link to some info on how to make the front-end use a local
> NFS directory for recordings/livetv? I know that it doesn't fix the
> problem. I just feel this is good information and perhaps it could make the
> problem less frequent or something....
> // Jonas
Oh, having the frontend mounts via NFS the recording directory; did solve
I was referring to the backed itself using NFS that didn't solve the issue.
For having the frontend use NFS is very simple. On the blackend add to
/etc/exports the path to the recording directory.
On the frontend, create the exact same directory structure as the backend
and mount the recording directory there.
Eg: on the backend the recording directory is /data/recordings
Add /data/recordings to /etc/exports
On the frontend:
mkdir -p /data/recordings
mount -t nfs backend_ip:/data/recordings /data/recordings
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