[mythtv-users] Consecutive recordings misses the second recording
cmisip at gmail.com
Sun Jul 24 10:50:04 EDT 2005
I am not using early start and late end padding.
Also I have in /etc/rc.d/rc.local
/usr/sbin/ntpdate -b time.nist.gov
I dont think it is a problem with the clock setting. It seems that the
PVR250 takes a little longer time to stop the recording so that mythtv
thinks it is busy when the next recording is scheduled to start. The end
result is a missed recording for that time slot anyway. Mythtv tries to
record the same show at a later time.
This doesn't happen with my software encoders.
Sorry if there is a double post, I am having trouble with my email client.
On Sun, 2005-07-24 at 02:44, Bruce Markey wrote:
> Christopher Isip wrote:
> > I have a pvr 250 setup as my primary tuner on my myth network and it is
> > housed in a slave backend ( I changed the card's id in mysql so it gets
> > picked first in order to use up the slave backend local storage first).
> > Everything works and when there are simultaneous recordings, tuner 2 and
> > tuner 3 from the master get second and third priority. My problem is
> > when there is only one recording scheduled at a time but for consecutive
> > times. For example, show A 10:00-11:00. Show B 11:00-12:00. Both are
> > scheduled for the pvr 250 to record. However, Show B doesn't get
> > recorded because mythtv complains that the tuner is already busy.
> > Anybody have a workaround for this?
> -- bjm
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