[mythtv-users] Slave backend thinks it's the master backend -
Loren H. Burlingame
there.can.be.only.two.apparently at gmail.com
Mon Jul 18 10:09:52 EDT 2005
just an FYI, my slave backend shows up as the 1st tuner device in the
tuner list but is still recognized as a slave backend. Tuners 2 and 3
(local master recorders) still take precidence over tuner 1.
On 7/18/05, Alex Brekken <brekkal at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys, here's some background info first before I get to my
> questions: I'm running a combo frontend/backend machine on FC3 and
> Myth 18.1 ATRPM's using Jarod's guide. This box has 1 PVR-250 tuner
> card. All is working very well, but I've been yearning for a 2nd
> tuner so I decided to setup a slave backend which will connect to a
> 2nd cable box (moto 6200) via Firewire.
> So, I've got the slave box setup with FC3 and Myth 18.1, and I opened
> up the security on the MySQL DB on the master machine to allow other
> connections from my internal network. (per the Myth documentation)
> The IP of the master machine is 192.168.0.150 and the IP of the slave
> is 192.168.0.160. These are static IP's assigned by the router.
> On the mythtvsetup for the master, I changed both the "this machine"
> and "master backend" IP address fields from 127.0.0.1 to the "real" IP
> of 192.168.0.150. Fine, no problems yet. Then I go through
> mythtvsetup on the slave, and assign the "this machine" field to
> 192.168.0.160, and the "master backend" field to 192.168.0.150. Makes
> sense so far, right? However, when I start mythbackend on the slave
> box, it starts as the MASTER SERVER. What!!?? I've double and
> triple-checked the IP addresses to make sure I didn't make a typo
> anywhere, but I didn't. My admittedly simplistic understanding of
> this is if the 2 IP addresses are different in the setup, then
> mythbackend assumes it's a slave, but if they're the same then it
> assumes it's the master. The IP's in my slave setup are clearly
> different (and correct), but yet it still thinks it's the master.
> Some additional info: Neither of these machines have a real hostname.
> Both are localhost.localdomain. This caused a problem for me
> initially when doing mythtvsetup because the setup thought they were
> both the same machine - each setting I changed would be shared by the
> other. I then modifed the mysql.txt file on the SLAVE box, by
> uncommenting the LocalHostName field and setting it to "slave." Now,
> the setup appears to be correct, except of course that the slave
> backend starts up as the master server. (might this initial confusion
> have hosed something up?)
> Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated as I'm
> absolutely baffled my this. Setting up a slave backend seems like a
> fairly straightforward thing, so I'm surprised that I'm hitting this
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Loren H. Burlingame <loren at lhb.name>
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