[mythtv-users] Please explain
ijr at case.edu
Thu Dec 15 15:21:15 EST 2005
On Thursday 15 December 2005 15:15, Adam Greenbaum wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-12-15 at 13:51 -0500, Isaac Richards wrote:
> > On Thursday 15 December 2005 13:49, Adam Greenbaum wrote:
> > > I haven't tried it yet but does the new live-tv pseudo recording code
> > > have an upper disk usage limit in the same way as the ring-buffer code
> > > used to? I can imagine this is going to cause problems for many users
> > > if not.
> > Why would it cause problems?
> Well, as Jay mentioned it would stop df from being any use, resulting in
> never knowing how much space is actually free on the disk. This is more
> troublesome than the old method because you could always rely on the
> upper limit of the ring buffer in the past (This is obviously only
> relevant for non-dedicated myth partitions though).
> Are the live-tv recordings deleted once you leave live-tv or do they
> remain until they auto expire?
Ok, so, why aren't people bitching that df is useless because disk is always
full unless they manually delete scheduled recordings? This is exactly the
I mean, seriously come up with a valid reason why this would cause problems.
Nobody has, yet. Just mindless whining is all I've seen so far.
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