[mythtv-users] storage drives unmountion
darylangela at gmail.com
Fri Jul 17 17:20:46 UTC 2020
On Fri, Jul 17, 2020 at 8:28 AM Jim <lists at morton.hrcoxmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/17/2020 6:54 AM, Daryl McDonald wrote:
> > Last summer, when OTA recordings declined, I used Kodi more
> > frequently. I replaced every component suspecting a hardware failure.
> > After some serious head knocking I figured my drives were becoming
> > corrupt due to some imported recordings from my daughter's failing
> > windows laptop. Things settled down and a new season of OTA recordings
> > proved my theory, I thought. This summer, as kodi usage increased I
> > would see crawling messages indicating that a drive had been
> > successfully unmounted. I guess I was wrong, so I bought an Android TV
> > box for Kodi, suspecting tha Kodi didn't play nice with Mythtv.
> > Now I see Chewit's post, from this:
> > https://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=297545 article and I'm
> > wondering if my drives were corrupted last year because Kodi unmounted
> > them during recordings, because they had "labels" storage1,2, or 3.
> > Has anyone else had problems using kodi and Mythtv on the same box
> > with labeled recordings storage space? TIA Daryl
> > last year Ubuntu 18.04 and myth 0.29, this year Ubuntu 20.04 and myth
> > 31, same labeling system throughout.
> It is not normally possible to umount a partition/drive when it is in use.
> Not even as root. So I would be surprised if Kodi would or could do that.
> What do you mean by "recordings declined"? - fewer of them or the quality?
I mean amount, quality remains solid.
> fsck will check the drives for true corruption (not bad recordings.)
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