yan at seiner.com
Thu Nov 24 13:25:58 EST 2005
I have all my movies on a central server which runs mysql and the
Sometime in the installation process, the backend decided to put a
nfslockfile.lock in my movies directory. This is a minor nit, except
that I want my movies to be mounted read-only, and the backend won't
start if it can't access the nfslockfile.lock...
2005-11-02 08:18:22.079 mythbackend version: 0.18.1.20050523-1
2005-11-02 08:18:22.094 Enabled verbose msgs : important general
/data/seiner/mythtv/movies/nfslockfile.lock: No such file or directory
Unable to open lockfile!
Be sure that '/data/seiner/mythtv/movies' exists and that both
the directory and that file are writeable by this user.
Any way to tell mythbackend to use a lock file in, say, /var/lock?
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