[mythtv-users] "Only 0 Megs of disk space available."

jose rubio debian at nc.rr.com
Sun Jan 11 08:46:32 EST 2004

On Sat, 2004-01-10 at 18:06, Robert Dege wrote:
> Myth Version: 0.11
> Linux Flavor: Gentoo 1.4
> Kernel: 2.4.22-aa1
> About a week ago, I registered my machine in DNS so that I could access it
> remotely.  This however, required me to change the hostname on the local
> machine.
> Once I changed the hostname & rebooted, I broke mythtv.  Now, I could've
> just re-ran the setup program, but (stupid me), I was curious why a
> hostname change (not an ip change) would break myth.
> Upon investigation, I discovered that in the mythconverg DB, the settings
> table had statically stored my hostname.  So, I ran a quick SQL update
> command, and appeared to fix mythtv.  A reboot brought the system back up,
> and I was able to watch my recordings, and use the various myth modules.
> But now, I've run into a new problem.  When I schedule a program to be
> recorded, myth doesn't record the program, and claims that I have 0 MB
> free, when in fact I have 80GB free.  I can't seem to figure out why it's
> causing this problem.
> My only link is that the last change I did to the system as a whole was
> changing the hostname.  Does anybody have any idea what is going on?
> Below is the actual error message from the logfile:

Someone not too long ago posted (what seemed like) a pretty good How-to
on hostname change.  Search the archives for it, I seem to recall that
it was not as trivial as one would think.


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