[mythtv-users] MythWeb Disc Usage calculation
mrmagoo at mrmagoo.org
Sat Sep 24 05:11:15 UTC 2005
That disk usage information is the same HTML that from the http
server the myth backend runs with some CSS styling. There isn't any
code that would mess with the numbers in the PHP.
My only thought would be to restart the backend, but I'd think you
have done that already. What does the mythfrontend application report
under the server status? The backend's webserver default port is
On 9/23/05, Larry K <lunchtimelarry at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm having a similar problem with version 0.18:
> I started out with 150GB of disk space, but I recently increased that to
> 300GB. Problem is, the machine information under mythweb is still reporting
> the old disk limit (150), not the new limit (300). I looked throught the
> mysql database but was unable to find anything that suggests this number is
> stored in the DB.
> Output of df -k:
> [root at mythtv video2]# df -k .
> Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
> /dev/mapper/vg-video 292896768 111602916 181293852 39% /video2
> [root at mythtv video2]#
> From mythweb:
> Machine information
> Disk Usage:
> Total Space: 145,643 MB
> Space Used: 113,860 MB
> Space Free: 31,783 MB
> Anyone know why mythtv is reporting the wrong total disk space?
> On 6/7/05, Chris Petersen <lists at forevermore.net > wrote:
> > > Maybe in my dreams it's 4TB!!! I only have 562 Gigs... I know the old
> > > used to be the whole disk usage as opposed to what was used for just
> > > recordings, but I don't know what's wrong... I have 494 Gigs used, and
> > > Gigs of that are the recordings. Does the new code rely on the
> > > and/or video_url? I don't think I have that video_url line UNcommented
> > > the config file. The links and everything work without it, so I guess
> > > try that until I hear of anything else!
> > Doesn't matter. That number is pulled straight from the master backend.
> > If it doesn't work, my only guess is that it could be something about
> > how your php is configured (like I said, php has issues with really big
> > numbers -- maybe there's something that makes it not behave with just
> > normal big numbers, too).
> > -Chris
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