[mythtv-users] What Tuner Did a Recording Come From?

Alex Butcher mythlist at assursys.co.uk
Sun Sep 11 16:31:19 UTC 2011

On Sat, 10 Sep 2011, Michael T. Dean wrote:

> On 09/10/2011 05:54 PM, Alex Butcher wrote:
>> On Fri, 9 Sep 2011, Michael T. Dean wrote:
>>> On 09/09/2011 08:21 PM, Charles Wright wrote:
>>>> Is there an easy way to tel with Mythweb or the Watch recordings
>>>> screen which tuner a recording came from?
>>> No, the information isn't stored since the definition of "which tuner"
>>> can change as frequently as every reboot.
>>> The log files have information showing which tuner recorded which.
>>> There's also the ugly hack at
>>> http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Which_recorder.pl , which will parse the
>>> information out of the log files.
>> Your script doesn't find anything in my log files, because there are no
>> lines containing "Started recording".
>> I'm running 0.24-fixes from 12 Feb 2011, and the backend is running with "-v
>> important,record,channel,siparser". Is it dependent upon a particular
>> version of MythTV, or a particular verbosity setting?
> It's logged at the default verbosity level (which contains important and
> general--this message is, specifically, in the general messages).
> I updated the script to make it a bit better with 0.24 version output.
> I also updated the page with better (correct :) instructions.  Note that
> all the information is in the master backend log file, so just run it
> against that one--regardless of how many remote backends you have.
> So, download the new copy and try again.

Sorry, no luck, despite downloading the new copy and running mythbackend
with additional 'general,schedule' verbosity flags. Does mythbackend issue
the same message regardless of the type of recorder card in use? I'm using
DVB-T cards. The closest I get is:

2011-09-11 15:25:02.896 Updating status for "The Simpsons":"Homer Loves
Flanders" on cardid 1 (Tuning => Recording)

> Thanks,
> Mike


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