[mythtv-users] A few 0.25 mythfilldatabase questions

Frans Grotepass grotepass at gmail.com
Tue Sep 11 14:39:08 UTC 2012

Those motors can cause quite a bit of interference. The brushes can form
sparks during rotation. On some power drills one can see the brushes

On Tue, Sep 11, 2012 at 4:16 PM, Gary Buhrmaster
<gary.buhrmaster at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Tue, Sep 11, 2012 at 6:34 AM, Tom Dexter <digitalaudiorock at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> ....
> >> On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 11:13:58AM -0400, Tom Dexter wrote:
> >>>
> >>> Even stuff like running a blender can cause enough temporary
> >>> interference to get tons of this stuff during playback and
> >>> commflagging:
> .....
> > No, nothing like that.  Just a few things like our blender and an
> > electric carving knife we have.
> Are you saying that you get those errors when commflagging a
> previously recorded file and you are using the blender during the
> commflagging (and you were not blending during the recording)?
> Since that commflagging is (nominally) all inside the PC using digital
> paths, then that would suggest the PC itself is suspect (perhaps
> the PC power supply(*), or your motherboard has "bad cap"
> syndrome), or you have one of those Hobart industrial blenders
> than can blend a small car (and requires a carefully designed
> power distribution system, including proper grounding, to avoid
> blacking out the neighborhood).
> Gary
> (*) WIth the proper equipment, you can verify the ripple on
> the various voltages at the supply and the motherboard,
> but unless you have the right equipment, you may be forced
> to just swap to see if the symptoms change.
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