[mythtv-users] I'm obviously missing some detail about scheduling & priorities...
david at istwok.net
Tue Sep 21 18:31:52 UTC 2010
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 10:56:42AM -0700, Douglas Peale wrote:
> On 09/21/2010 07:47 AM, David Engel wrote:
> > On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 09:28:22PM -0700, Douglas Peale wrote:
> >> short version: does naming channels on different sources the same
> >> (channel number & call sign) cause the scheduler to think they are
> >> all the same, ignoring different channel & input proprieties?
> > Callsigns, yes; the rest, no.
> Let me make sure I understand what you are saying here.
> If I have a station, say KNTV on channel 11.1 available on 3 sources of different priority, and I give all three sources the
> call sign KNTV, then MythTV will ignore the source priority for the three sources?
> With this setup, it will also ignore channel priority if I try to set different channel priority for these channels in the
> channel editor?
> The only way to make these priorities work is to give different call signs for this station on the different sources?
> So I must suffer duplicate listings in the mythweb listings if I want priorities to work?
Sign. No. Please read
> >> I have lowered the priority of the OTA stations due to occasional
> >> reception issues. There was a recording before and after this
> >> recording on different channels, but this show was rescheduled to a
> >> later time, a week away, why? The cable channels should have gotten
> > Do you have the "Avoid back to back recordings from different
> > channels" setting enabled.?
> If I could find that setting in the menu I'd tell you. I just went through all the setup pages in both the back end and the
> front end that looked relevant, and could not find it.
> I just checked the MythTV Settings page in MythWeb, and the word "Avoid" is not on that page.
> BTW I'm running 0.24 if that makes a difference.
The thing that makes a difference is mythweb. Please use
mythback/frontend for everything I ask you to try. The setting can be
found in mythfrontend / Utilities/Setup / Setup / TV Settings /
Recording Pirorities / Set Recording Priorities.
> >> a priority of zero, but the schedule said the recording priority was
> >> that of the OTA channels. Even with the low priority, with 5 tuners
> >> there could have been no conflict for three shows.
> > Please provide the relevant backend logs when running with "-v
> > schedule".
> I added this to the Backend start command on the Backend Control page of the General entry of Backend Setup. Is that the correct
I doubt it. I'm guessing that's mythweb-speak for the backend startup
command, which is something for the backend to run, not how the
backend itself is run. To run the backend with "-v schedule" you will
either need to run it manually or possible change it's init script.
> an additional note. I found that the show in question had been added
> with a priority of -10. I had added this show by clicking on the
> listing in mythweb. I certainly did not change the priority there,
> so I do not know how the priority got set to -10.
If you don't know how the priority got to -10, you definitely need to
read the documentation mentioned above and understand it before doing
david at istwok.net
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