[mythtv-users] mythfilldatabase --refresh-all, not working completely -- backend overriding new guide info.
beww at beww.org
Fri Apr 7 07:58:48 UTC 2006
On Apr 7, 2006, at 12:24 AM, Greg Grotsky wrote:
> I've recently upgraded to SVN version 9584, just before the
> daylight savings time adjustment. After the daylight savings time
> adjustment some of my recordings are off by an hour. Specifically,
> "Southpark" and "Fear Factor" which come on at 11:30pm and 12:00am,
> The last couple of days they have been reported as 10:30pm and
> 11:00pm in the program guide. I caught this around 4-6pm yesterday
> when I was looking for weird problems like this one. I found that
> I could run "mythfilldatabase --refresh-all"... I did that and it
> refreshed the data. I checked it out and it was 11:30pm and 12am,
> correct! I let the machine do it's thing and in the morning it had
> RE-adjusted both programs to be at 10:30pm and 11pm again, and
> messed up the recording timing! What the heck is that? I have the
> mythfilldatabase programmed to run around 7am by the frontend, so
> I'm pretty sure it wasn't that it got different data again.
> I thought I was loosing my mind, then tonight it happened again!
> I saw that the program guide was messed up, I ran --refresh-all,
> checked the guide and it looked correct, then sometime later before
> the programs began to record, it shifted back. I took the
> precaution of restarting the backend after running
> mythfilldatabase, not sure if it did anything. I know that
> tomorrow shows the same issue 10:30 and 11pm, so I can try some
> things if anyone has ideas. Does anyone know anything about this
I don't know where on the planet you might be, but you should be
running your system hardware clock on UTC, your system clock flag
should reflect this, and your local timezone setting should be one
that accounts for DST. You should also be running NTP, and you
probably want to have the HW clock set to the system clock at shutdown.
Do you have the system shutdown at any time? Do you dual-boot with
Windows (or other OS) ?
Does your system clock seem to be keeping the correct time ? I'd
guess something is changing your clock setting that you are not aware
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