[mythtv-users] Parts of mythtv can access DB, others can't. Version 30.
grandmastermarclar at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 20:21:48 UTC 2018
Hostname has been babylon from the day the machine was built (about 5 years
ago). IP address was always 192.168.1.234. I've been forced by this
breakage to change all occurrences of the correct IP address.
I've never set the unique identifier so the hostname and the profile in
mythconverg.settings has never changed, but now everything has to be
incorrect just to get it working again.
On Mon, 4 Jun 2018, 19:41 Bill Meek, <keemllib at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 06/04/2018 01:27 AM, Ian Richardson wrote:
> > I just changed all instances of 192.168.1.234 to 127.0.0.,1 in all
> > instances of config.xml. mythwelcome then picked up my theme. Progress,
> > although not what I expected. More promising was that mythfilldatabase
> > worked.
> > But it wasn't until I amended all references in mythconverg.settings
> > (MariaDB [mythconverg]> update settings set data = '127.0.0.1' where
> data =
> > '192.168.1.234';) that mythwelcome and mythfrontend came back to life...
> > None of these changes were necessary with version 29 last week. I could
> > have probably stuck with 29 if I hadn't changed all the IP addresses.
> > Something has definitely crept in to break mythttv.
> > OK, looks like there's a separate issue with mythtv-status, though.
> > I've had the 012QMYSQL3 errors for a long time, although the DB is fine
> > far as all the checks are concerned), and this has never caused me any
> > issues in mythtv
> The address/hostname in config.xml is for connecting to the SQL server
> It isn't the same as the DB hostname column in settings, although it can
> The hostname settings is really a profile name.
> Changing it only in settings misses the other tables it's used in. That's
> the section on changing the hostname at
> is for.
> A common settings.hostname issue comes up when a DB is ported from a
> host to a new one with a new name. Or, when the host's name is changed.
> saying that that's what happened here. Readers have no idea if other DB
> were made outside of MythTV.
> This will show you what other profiles you've used:
> SELECT DISTINCT hostname FROM settings ORDER BY hostname;
> If there's one that matches the log you posted elsewhere, that's what would
> be used. See this line in the current logs:
> ... Using localhost value of babylon
> It's most likely that it's the hostname used in other tables.
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