[mythtv-users] Reschedule after date stuff up

Bruce Nordstrand brucen at ksl.com.au
Mon Nov 3 22:03:52 UTC 2008

All fixed now. For future reference if someone wants to do the same thing ­
I deleted all offending records in the oldrecorded table, restarted the
backend and all my programs came back due to record.


On 3/11/08 10:36 PM, "Bruce Nordstrand" <brucen at ksl.com.au> wrote:

> Hi all
> I am having a problem getting Myth to forget about thinks it thinks it has
> recorded. We had a power cut today and for some reason my MythBuntu box
> decided it was 2003. So I dutifully set the date manually after missing all
> tonightıs recordings. However, instead of entering 2008 I entered 2009. Myth
> then went ahead and tried to record everything I had in my schedule and it did
> it so bloody fast. Of course I realised my mistake and adjusted the date back
> to 2008. 
> I have spent the last hour or so deleting mysql records wherever I could find
> them, running various mythbackend commands like ‹resched without luck. The
> only place I found my schedule is in Upcoming Recordings (mythweb) under
> Deactivated.
> My question is: how do I mass reactivate everything that has been deactivated,
> doing them one by one will take forever. Any help appreciated....
> Cheers
> Bruce
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