[mythtv-users] Remote Secondary Backend

Ma Begaj derliebegott at gmail.com
Wed Jun 16 17:27:40 UTC 2010

2010/6/16 Bill Williamson <bill at bbqninja.com>:
> Please ignore this, I posted while grumpy about something else.
> Apologies, mea culpa :(
> On Wednesday, June 16, 2010, Bill Williamson <bill at bbqninja.com> wrote:
>> On Wednesday, June 16, 2010, Chris Pinkham <cpinkham at bc2va.org> wrote:
>>> * On Tue Jun 15, 2010 at 08:59:53PM +1000, Bill Williamson wrote:
>>>> Recording the super bowl Or watching it with too many friends is
>>>> against the terms of service. Doesn't make it enforcable.
>>> It does on this list....  We (ie, the MythTV developers) don't condone
>>> discussions about sharing of files like this on our mailing lists.
>>> Please take this discussion elsewhere.
>> To discuss your issue, not his, is the issue the distance involved?
>> His question sounded 100% typical myth usage (remote frontend and a
>> slave backend) and was about bad streaming performance of recorded tv.
>> Were it 15 feet to a roommate would the question have been acceptible?
>> What about the guy in a dorm next door?
>> People throw around "illegal" a little too much unless I missed
>> something big about his question.

> My problem is that the 3 clients at his end connect to my server and stream
> TV from my box, this is really not ideal because if a show was recorded at his
> end, it is pulling it in two directions over the link. We would like to setup our
>  system so that it uses the minimum bandwidth possible.

back to main question ... I remember seeing somewhere in the settings
an option to stream from slave backend where it was recorded instead over
master backend.

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