[mythtv-users] What does Expire do?
william_munson at bellsouth.net
Fri Jul 13 11:33:24 UTC 2007
Robert Current wrote:
> On 7/12/07, Michael T. Dean <mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
>>> I noticed that after running auto-flag commercials or the delete
>>> commercials script, for some reason the shows get marked as viewed,
>> SVN trunk, right? If so, I'm assuming you mean marked as "watched", right?
> Yes, I mean watched, not viewed, sorry... and yea, SVN trunk.
>>> even if I haven't watched them, which is odd.
>> If the assumptions above are correct, I'd say this is a bug (and a patch
>> would be appreciated ;). The playback that's occurring for
>> flagging/transcoding should not trigger setting the watched flag.
> Yea, I was thinking that, "bug" but... I didn't want to assume. They
> do get marked as watched... even if I haven't.
> BUT... I wouldn't guarantee it's just the flag-commercials that is
> doing it, but for sure the "remove commercial" script I got off the
> How-To/FAQ is doing this, at least on my system, and has for several
> versions, including my MythDora install and KnoppMyth install that
> proceeded my current Debian/SVN-mythtv install. If it's a bug outside
> of Myth, then it's a bug I've brought with me while I carried my mysql
> database through the three different installs.
> HOWEVER, I did notice that since using the Debian/SVN system I'm using
> now, all of the "commercial detect" options are gone... I use to use
> "blank frame detect" (or something like that, I don't remember) to
> detect/flag commercials. Now, there are no options for how to
> find/flag commercials. And to be honest, it's not working well AT
> ALL, it usually pulls 1-2 commercials out, and if I'm lucky 1 full
> commercial break. My system use to do an almost flawless job of
> commercial removal, but now it is lucky if I get even 1 out of 5 of
> them deleted...
> BUT, again, my system has changed so often, I couldn't say it's SVN...
> because around the same time I switched form cable to satellite
> source... so... maybe it's having a harder time detecting commercials
> because of that...?
> Anyway, original topic... Things still seem to be "viewed" even when
> they BARELY remove any commercials, but have went through the
With all the other problems you are having with your system its a good
bet that you have a corrupted database. You might want to backup your
database, wipe and restart with a new database and once you get things
configured, load in your old recording, recording schedules and such.....
First thing I would try is the database repair script from the contribs
directory. After a backup, of course.
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