[mythtv-users] Indoor HD antenna question
ashu.desai at gmail.com
Thu Apr 26 20:16:01 UTC 2018
Ashu - Storage Group Issue
On Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 5:49 AM Paul Harrison <mythtv at sky.com> wrote:
> On 25/04/18 03:34, Ashu Desai wrote:
> Ashu - Storage Group Issue
> On Tue, Apr 24, 2018 at 11:59 AM Ashu Desai <ashu.desai at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Ashu - Storage Groups issue
>>> Adding 1 b: - I have an issue setting up storage group. So initially I
>>> had set up the following for my Movies:
>>> Now I thought of adding my "TV" folder as well such:
>>> However, no matter what I do - my backend only sees the initial Videos
>>> folder (Movies) - I almost want to remove it and see if it now sees the TV
>>> but I realize that doing so means rescanning ALL my movies when I add the
>>> folder again. I am trying to avoid this if I can help it.
>> So - under mythtv-setup, I go to Storage Directories. I have the correct
>> path for each one. I have the following:
>> I only see the Movies, no TV folder. So I delete the
>> /usr/local/media/Videos, leaving only the TV path. I still keep seeing
>> Movies, but no TV videos. So now, I delet everything under "Videos" storage
>> group. It has NO directory path to anything. However, when I go to my
>> frontend - I still see all my movies there! I scan it again, i restart
>> mariadb, mythbackend (knowing this shouldn't matter) but still see all my
>> This makes me think there must be another path it's getting all my movies
>> Not sure where...
> So I tried removing and re-adding the folders to no avail. The permissions
> seems ok as well - in fact I just changed the folder to a 777.
> So the weird part is, under storage group, there is NO path to anything,
> and yet it keeps showing me the Movies i had. And doesnt seem to like the
> folder that have all the TV shows.
> Where is it pulling all my movies from? And why doesn't it like the TV
> folder? I almost want to move the TV folder and make it a sub folder under
> the Movie one, but i think it's best to first find the problem...
> Do you perhaps have the old legacy setting pointing to that directory
> (Video -> General Settings -> Directories that hold videos).
> It's best to set those old settings to blank and just setup storage groups
> to point to your videos.
> Having both set could cause the problems you are seeing.
> Paul H.
No - The old setting is all empty. So is the path under mythtv-setup --
Is there a way I can find out where it's getting all my movies from? And it
plays, which means it's not just a DB entry but it's actually finding the
path to my medias.
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