[mythtv-users] Strange Scheduling in 0.24.1
J.Pilk at tesco.net
Wed Jun 22 10:48:03 UTC 2011
While setting up tonight's recordings, and checking in 'Upcoming
Recordings' I found two programmes being set up for dvb-t tuner 1 at
overlapping times: one on BBC Radio 3, where I had delayed the end by
nearly two hours to get a single recording of an entire concert, and one
on Channel 5, Submarine School, which starts 30 minutes later. These
aren't on the same mux, and both programmes are set to 'use any
available input' and 'normal priority'.
When I change the Channel 5 recording from 'record at any time on any
channel' or 'record at any time on this channel' to 'record only this
showing' it all looks ok, with the concert set for tuner 1 and Submarine
School set for tuner 6. Tuners are arranged as 1,2,3pci; 4,5,6pci;
(7,8; 9,10)usb dual-tuner.
I've not seen this sort of thing before.
Fedora 13 x86_64 from ATrpms, using EIT.
> mythbackend --version
> Please attach all output as a file in bug reports.
> MythTV Version : v0.24.1-11-g40a3124
> MythTV Branch : fixes/0.24
> Network Protocol : 63
> Library API : 0.24.20110505-1
> QT Version : 4.6.3
> Options compiled in:
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