[mythtv-users] new recordings missing basename field in recorded table
lkliger at bigpond.net.au
Thu Apr 6 00:19:11 UTC 2006
On Tue, 2006-04-04 at 22:28 +1000, Leo Kliger wrote:
> It's like this.
> All new recordings are missing the basename entry in the recorded table,
> this came to my attention because nuvexport was exiting when trying to
> select episodes to encode with (BTW nuvexport used to work 100%):-
> 'x' outside of string in unpack at /usr/local/bin/mythtv/nuvinfo.pm line
> 49, <STDIN> line 2.
> This seems to have only been the case in the last few weeks. I'm not
> quite sure how long because I read the following thread:-
> and ran:-
> UPDATE recorded SET basename =
> CONCAT(chanid, '_', DATE_FORMAT(starttime,
> '%Y%m%d%H%i00'), '_',
> DATE_FORMAT(endtime, '%Y%m%d%H%i00'), '.nuv');
> The above populated the basename field in the table.... but as discussed
> in the thread subsequent recordings have the same problem:(....
> The thing is I never upgraded anything - so I suspect that my problem is
> different to the thread. Though the system went through a depressingly
> unstable period due to hard drive problems....
> The mythbackend is running on Ubuntu Breezy Badger:-
> libmyth-0.18.1 0.18.1-5 Common library code for MythTV and add-on mo
> mythdvd 0.18.1-3 DVD add-on module for MythTV
> mythtv 0.18.1-5 A personal video recorder application (cli en
> mythtv-backend 0.18.1-5 A personal video recorder application (ser ve
> mythtv-common 0.18.1-5 A personal video recorder application (com mo
> mythtv-database 0.18.1-5 A personal video recorder application (dat ab
> mythtv-frontend 0.18.1-5 A personal video recorder application (cli en
> mythweb 0.18.1-3 Web interface add-on module for MythTV
> And, the two frontends are running Fedora Core 4;-
Replying to my own post:-
I have looking at my problem and I am beginning to understand it a bit
When I run:-
mysql> SELECT data FROM settings WHERE value = 'DBSchemaVer';
| data |
| 1123 |
This according to the wiki means that I am running a 0.19 schema on an
0.18 backend.... how did this come about?
The only thing that I can think of is that when I setup my second
frontend yum downloaded version 0.19. When it couldn't connect I
downgraded it to version 0.18 and everything was seemed fine. Except
that I increasingly couldn't use nuvexport on new recordings.
Could this have caused my my problem?
If so, why? Why does a later frontend prompt a mysql schema upgrade?
Does anyone know how I can fix this?
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