[mythtv-users] Master Backend to Slave Backend Questions...
John P. Mitchell
john at cepros.com
Fri Oct 1 14:40:45 EDT 2004
> All I had to do was to run mythtvsetup on the slave backend and change
> the master IP address to point to the correct master, not itself.
> Then be sure to change the /usr/share/mythtv/mysql.txt to point to the
> master's database.
> If you have any recordings on the slave, I guess you could use
> nuvexport to get them and their SQL, and then reinsert the recordings
> into your master. Or just watch and delete them first. :)
> I run dual backends with one pvr250 in each, and things work really
> well. I only have one frontend, however.
> On Fri, 1 Oct 2004 09:50:59 -0800 (AKDT), John P. Mitchell
> <john at cepros.com> wrote:
>> First off. Thanks to all the developers out there for your hard work
>> recently. I am looking forward to some of the new features once the
>> bugs settle out a bit.
>> I have two machines in my home setup with a frontend pointing at a
>> master backend on the same machine. Currently I edit the
>> '/usr/share/mythtv/mysql.txt' file on frontend 'A' to point at master
>> backend 'B' when I want to watch something on 'B' from 'A', and of
>> course the other way sometimes too, from frontend 'B' to master backend
>> 'A'. What I want to do is convert master backend 'B' to a slave backend
>> pointing at 'A' and then point frontend 'B' at master backend 'A' all
>> the time. An ideas on how to accomplish this? I played around with the
>> 'settings' table in mysql on master backend 'B', but did not get very
>> far, so I put it all back and things are still working as seperate
>> master backends. Thanks in advance for you time.
>> John P. Mitchell <john at cepros.com>
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> Jesse Perkins
> jesse.perkins at gmail.com
> "Wisdom and strength are not opposing values."
> -Bill Clinton DNC 2004
I thought I read some place that I was not supposed to have channel
listings or run mythfilldatabase on a slave backend. Do I need to drop
the listings? I thought I also read some place that it said you should
not have some sources defined on the slave backend as well. To make
sure I was clear the master backend I now have running that I wish to
convert to a slave backend is fully functional and recording things,
probably as we speak. It is also configured identically to the other
master backend down to the partition layout. I know that I will need to
use nuvexport to dump the recordings I have in the box now and move
them to other box, but what other steps do I need to take besides
tweaking master server IP address? I have changed that setting in the
settings database and restarted 'mythbackend' but I ended up with an
unhappy backend that still thought it was a master according to the
logs. Does the slave backend use the local disk for any video/audio
John P. Mitchell <john at cepros.com>
Email Sticker: My Boss is a Jewish carpenter
http://www.GoboLinux.org | User #00010110
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