[mythtv-users] Can I suppress a particular backend error message?
J.Pilk at tesco.net
Thu Jun 4 12:27:32 UTC 2009
Michael T. Dean wrote:
> On 06/03/2009 06:37 PM, John Pilkington wrote:
>> I've just brought back into use in 0.21 fixes an old usb dvb-t device
>> that I had stopped using when it apparently became incapable of tuning
>> the more complex multiplexes. I find that if I collect the multiplex
>> info tables by scanning with a more capable card the old device still
>> gives good recordings, but it produces an error message about once a
>> second while doing so. I'm using it as virtual tuners 5 and 6, so it's
>> not often active.
>> 2009-06-03 22:48:01.364 PIDInfo(0): Failed to open demux device
>> /dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0 for filter on pid 0x104
>> Janne created patches two years ago that, IIRC, fixed this; patches
>> were 12572 and 12800 for ticket #1970. The new messages are more
>> informative but rather too insistent. Using 'mythbackend -v norecord'
>> risks losing really useful information. Is there a more specific option?
> Actually, that message is an important message (meaning you'll get it
> unless you do -v noimportant).
> If you really want to ignore it, just filter the logs--i.e. start
> mythbackend without -l and redirect output to a program that ignores
> that line:
> mythbackend 2>&1 | grep -v 'Failed to open demux device' > filtered_log
> Or just comment out the message (or change it's log level) in the
> source. mythtv/libs/libmythtv/dvbstreamhandler.cpp around about line 845.
Thanks for the reply, Mike. I'll try the grep -v suggestion and see how
it goes before doing anything more complicated!
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