[mythtv-users] [Bulk] Re: Jamu not working with 0.23

A Desai ashu.desai at gmail.com
Sun May 30 04:08:10 UTC 2010

I have thought about it, and in fact it's funny you say it, becoz today when
I was running Jamu, I was on thetvdb.com and themoviedb.org without any

I also tested that out right now, and same issue. I can go to the website no
problem, but not the Jamu.

I ran ttvdb.py under Television and the *.py under /Movies/ without any

So it seems that it's just when I am running jamu that it hangs up...



On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 10:34 AM, Doug Vaughan <r.d.vaughan at rogers.com>wrote:

> Ash,
>   Even though you have not gotten the result you want I think you have made
> progress. Just so you know the -MWV options should never take more than 5
> minutes and probably a lot less, so you do not have to let the job run as
> long as you have been before killing it.
>      The issue seems to be with your Internet connection to thetvdb.comcache servers. One way to verify this is by running "ttvdb.py" from the
> command line to see how long it takes to respond. If the response is more
> than a minute then I feel the problem has been verified.
>          Jamu uses the same api to access thetvdb.com cache servers as
> ttvdb.py does. Where you stopped jamu was at the point that it was trying to
> open up an Internet connection to download an image file.
> Try:
> > /where ever ttvdb is/ttvdb.py -M "Sanctuary"
> and
> > /where ever ttvdb is/ttvdb.py -D "24" 1 2
>   You should also see if MythVideo takes a while (over a minute) to update
> metadata for a single TV series episodes when you use the "w" metadata
> update key. MythVideo connects and downloads using its own code so if it has
> slow downloads then you can eliminate jamu as the problem.
>   Is there a chance you have a proxy server set up which could be causing
> some issues? In the past a few users that had proxy servers reported issues
> which they eventually fixed themselves.
> Doug
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