[mythtv-users] Problems after Kubuntu upgrade to 9.10
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Sun Nov 1 14:52:52 UTC 2009
Dave Pearson wrote:
> Yann Lehmann wrote:
>> Dave Pearson a écrit :
>>> 1. Certain recordings will not play when selected in the either the
>>> BESlave/frontend or the Stand-alone Frontend (They will play on the
>>> Master Backend) - I just get this message:
>>> Recording Unavailable
>>> Program Title
>>> The file for this recording can not be found
>> Did you move your master backend to another machine with another name ?
>> This happened to me after such a move, and I solved the problem by
>> changing the name of the recording backend for each of the recordings
>> directly on the database.
>> As I had only a few recordings at that time and I am not a db-guru, I
>> changed it manually for every recording with phpmyadmin.
>> If this is the source of your problem, may be someone could send the
>> appropriate mysql commands to make it easier.
> No I've not changed the master backend names.
> I have however worked out what is happening and I think it is
> something to do with time zones, probably following the end of
> Daylight saving (although it's odd that it doesn't occur for all
> recordings prior to the change.
> On closer inspection on the failing frontends, the start times of the
> affected recordings are 1 hour earlier then the real start times. This
> means that when the program is selected the base file name is
> incorrectly built.
> Now all I need to do is work out how to fix it!
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My mistake was that I had set the Time Zone on the backend and all the
frontends to GMT, which of course means no daylight saving adjustments.
Having set the Timezone to Europe/London, all the recordings will play
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