[mythtv-users] Tuner Status Causes Backend To Fail

Troy Smith yazoobazoo at gmail.com
Sat Feb 10 17:28:42 UTC 2007

I actually have noticed this issue as well.

When my PVR-350 doesn't initialize properly (happens once a day and it's
driving me crazy.)  Then, if I go into Information Center -> System Status
-> Tuner Status  mythbackend crashes.

So two things:
1. if one of my tuner cards isn't initialized properly Tuner Status crashes
2. my tuner cards occasionaly don't initialize properly.

makes for a good combo

On 2/9/07, Nick Morrott <knowledgejunkie at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 09/02/07, moodyjunk at frontiernet.net <moodyjunk at frontiernet.net> wrote:
> > I removed one of my Tuner cards (PVR 500) and continued to with the
> > other (PVR 350).  Playback, recordings, etc work fine, but when I get
> > into Information Center -> System Status -> Tuner Status the Backend
> > fails.  If I manually restart the Backend (mythbackend &) it runs, but
> > the Frontend still thinks it's down.  A reboot is necessary to recover.
> The backend log including database logging might be useful in
> determining what is going wrong here. Which version of MythTV are you
> using? Are there any obvious errors in your regular mythbackend
> console/log output?
> Nick
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