[mythtv-users] nVidia Shield (arm port maybe or just remote frontends in general) and expiring recordings
jfabernathy at gmail.com
Sun Jan 13 16:08:59 UTC 2019
On 1/13/19 11:02 AM, Greg Oliver wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 13, 2019 at 7:46 AM James Abernathy <jfabernathy at gmail.com
> <mailto:jfabernathy at gmail.com>> wrote:
> On 1/13/19 8:59 AM, Greg Oliver wrote:
>> I have replaced my final frontend (well, it used to be a
>> backend/frontend combo) with another Shield. It is the only
>> Shield running mythfrontend - the rest run Kodi with the PVR plugin.
>> I was on vacation last week and got home to a very close to full
>> disk. This morning I examined some stuff and deleted a lot of
>> stuff, but it is actually not deleting anything when it says it is ::
>> Please attach all output as a file in bug reports.
>> MythTV Version : v29.1-v29.1-36-gdde16d475a
>> MythTV Branch : fixes/29
>> Network Protocol : 91
>> Library API : 29.20180316-1
>> QT Version : 5.9.6
>> 2019-01-13 07:25:52.078053 I [7936/7947] Scheduler
>> scheduler.cpp:2357 (HandleReschedule) - Reschedule requested for
>> CHECK 0 1784 0 DoHandleDelete1 | The X-Files | This | An old
>> friend reaches out to Mulder and Scully in a seemingly impossible
>> way, revealing a chilling secret. | EP000809550227
>> 2019-01-13 07:25:52.085202 N [7936/2713] ProcessRequest
>> recordinginfo.cpp:643 (ApplyRecordRecGroupChange) -
>> ApplyRecordRecGroupChange: Default to Deleted (3)
>> 2019-01-13 07:38:29.961874 N [7936/7948] Expire
>> autoexpire.cpp:637 (SendDeleteMessages) - Expiring 6087 MB for
>> 7041 at 2018-01-11T01:00:00Z => "The X-Files":This
>> echo "select * from recorded where title like 'The X-Files%' and
>> subtitle = 'This';"|mysql -umythtv -p mythconverg
>> Enter password:
>> chanid starttime endtime title subtitle description
>> season episode category hostname bookmark editing
>> cutlist autoexpire commflagged recgroup recordid
>> seriesid programid inetref lastmodified filesize
>> stars previouslyshown originalairdate preserve findid
>> deletepending transcoder timestretch recpriority
>> basename progstart progend playgroup profile
>> duplicate transcoded watched storagegroup bookmarkupdate
>> recgroupid recordedid inputname
>> 7041 2018-01-11 01:00:00 2018-01-11 02:00:00 The X-Files
>> This An old friend reaches out to Mulder and Scully in a
>> seemingly impossible way, revealing a chilling secret. 11
>> 2 Drama backend-0 0 0 0 9999 1 Deleted
>> 1784 EP00080955 EP000809550227 ttvdb.py_77398 2019-01-13
>> 07:38:29 6383132040 0 0 2018-01-10 0 0 1 0
>> 1 0 7041_20180111010000.ts 2018-01-11 01:00:00
>> 2018-01-11 02:00:00 Default Default 0 00 Default
>> 0000-00-00 00:00:00 3 3992 HDHR0-1
>> I have deleted over 500 recordings from this Shield and modified
>> the property from 1GB free to 100GB free in settings, yet the
>> system remains at 3.99GB free no matter what I do.
>> Long ago (the original frontend I used on the backend had the
>> setting to immediately delete files and do not delete slowly.
>> I have many many TB of disk since I use my systems for work and I
>> never want mythtv managing my disk space - when I delete it - I
>> want it gone immediately (well, the current 5 minute delay is OK)
>> - I will never have issues with disk speeds when doing deletes.
>> Anyone know how to fix this and get it to behave like the old
>> frontend. Here are my settings from the DB with this regard ::
>> | value | data | hostname |
>> | DeletesFollowLinks | 1 | NULL |
>> | TruncateDeletesSlowly | 0 | backend-0 |
>> | AutoExpireInsteadOfDelete | 0 | NULL |
>> | DeletedFifoOrder | 0 | NULL |
>> | DeletedMaxAge | 0 | NULL |
> Are you saying you use the Shield as a mythtv-frontend only and it
> had 500 recording on it?? Or did you just use the Shield to
> delete the recordings from the remote backend?
> The latter - it is the frontend apk - I am not running a backend on
> the shield. The settings I have always used since 2005 when I started
> running mythtv allowd me to immediately delete files and also disable
> the property to delete them slowly (this one I believe was introduced
> around 2009/2010 or so). I am just having an issue with the backend
> not deleting stuff when it says it does.
> In the past, when the "expiring xxxx of xxxx" message has always
> showed up, it actually freed the space. It is not doing that from
> this frontend as shopwn from the log snippets from before. I guess I
> should have shown df before and after. I just tried restarting the
> backend in case there were some open handles or something and it went
> defunt/zombie, so I am rebooting it now.
> Hmmmm.. Restarting the backend fixed it - it is cleaning up a TB of
> space now.. Weird.. I have not had this happen before. Oh well.
> Vacation gremlins I suppose...?
I know if I accidentally delete something then want to find the .ts file
it's too late. I'm never fast enough.
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