[mythtv-users] mythconverg schedule info off one hour
jkarcz at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 04:52:02 UTC 2005
Here is what I tried. I ran the command 'hwclock --utc' and set my
system clock (BIOS clock) to UTC.
Then, I ran the tzselect command to generate a string to put in my
.bashrc, for me, it was 'TZ=America/Chicago ; export TZ'
mysqld seems to need started with this set, but I could be wrong.
Anyway, I deleted the /var/lib/mysql dir and rebuilt the database and
configured myth per Jarod's guide.
On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 08:39:13 -0600, Jim Karcz <jkarcz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am also seeing something very, very similar. I just started looking
> into this a few days ago. I now have my myth install stable and
> working. Hopefully we can track down this annoying problem.
> On Tue, 8 Mar 2005 07:37:43 -0900, Clarke Pelz <cpelz at alaska.net> wrote:
> > I hope someone can help with this irritating problem. Since upgrading to 0.17
> > my program schedule listings are one hour early. I've gone to zap2it.com and
> > the listings show correctly there.
> > I have:
> > Run mythtvsetup deleting my channel setup,
> > Set XMLTV time offset to none (I've also tried +0100 and -0100 with
> > no differences),
> > Set up my video sources and connect them to the tuner,
> > Exit mythtvset up and run mythfilldatabase
> > the output of mythfilldatabase said in part:
> > > Grab complete. Actual data from Tue Mar 8 09:00:00 2005 to Wed Mar 9
> > 09:00:00 2005 (UTC)
> > > Clearing data for source...
> > > Clearing from Mon Mar 7 23:00:00 2005 to Tue Mar 8 23:00:00 2005 (localtime)
> > This seems to indicate that mythfilldatabase believes the local to UTC offset
> > is -10 hrs where it is actually -9. The computer picks uptime from an NTP
> > server at boot, /etc/localtime is set to America/Anchorage and the hardware
> > clock at boot reads local time.
> > # /sbin/hwclock
> > Tue 08 Mar 2005 07:31:14 AM AKST -0.323030 seconds
> > # date
> > Tue Mar 8 07:31:19 AKST 2005
> > Any ideas why mythfilldatabase uses a -10hr UTC/localtime offset and how I can
> > get it to use a -9hr offset? Remember the XMLTV offset in mythsetup doesn't
> > seem to work and I'd like to keep running my computer on local time.
> > Thanks.
> > -Clarke.
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