[mythtv] syncronizing 2 master backends
kylesch at gmail.com
Tue Apr 25 13:15:24 UTC 2006
On 4/23/06, Kevin Kuphal <kuphal at dls.net> wrote:
> Kyle Schlansker wrote:
> > This may for mythtv-users, if so, please feel free to flame me ;)
> > I have one backend in my bedroom with a single firewire connection. I
> > have a slave backend in my living room with a firewire and a PVR-350
> > connection and the frontend is an xbox. The problem is, that the
> > living room connection is wireless, and is too slow when watching
> > recordings (which are stored on a NAS device which is wired to my
> > wirless router).
> > I would like to simply setup a separate "master" backend in the living
> > room so that it records and plays via the wired xbox connection.
> > However, I'd like to synchronize the two "master" backends. This
> > could be done by copying files at off-peak ours and updating the
> > databases accordingly.
> > Has anyone tried this?
> I think it is a simple matter of moving the file from the master backend
> to the slave (you can't have two masters) and then changing the hostname
> field in the recorded entry for that recording. That should direct Myth
> to the slave backend when you ask for the file. Try it once manually
> and I think you'll find it works.
Ok, I'll try this tonight. Thanks!
As people had mentioned, I cannot run wires becuase I rent, and my
landlord won't let me drill.
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