[mythtv-users] Mythdora booting at night
jmccordmail at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 12:24:15 UTC 2007
Thanks for your response. I checked my mythtfilldatabase and I do not
run this automatically at any time. I don't use this machine to
record tv at this time so I have no recording scheduled. I also
checked the mythwelcome setup screen and didn't see any settings for
scheduling boot up time. I checked my acpid configuration and didn't
see any setting there. And finally I checked my bios and don't see
any schedules there either.
On Nov 11, 2007 7:32 AM, Calvin Harrigan <charrig_mythtv at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> Craig Huff wrote:
> > On Nov 11, 2007 7:06 AM, j mccord <jmccordmail at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I've had an issue with my Mythdora machine booting itself when I'm not
> >> around. I recently started to turn my machine off when I'm not using
> >> it and have walked in several times and the machine is running even
> >> though I knew I had turned it off. It did it once while I was sitting
> >> right next to it. Anyone have any ideas, it's pretty much a default
> >> installation the only configuration changes that I have made have been
> >> to enable NFS.
> > More than likely, you have set it to run mythfilldatabase, either at a set time,
> > or to use the suggested time supplied in the previous MFDB run. If true, and
> > you didn't configure it to successfully auto-shutdown afterwards, it will run
> > until you manually shutdown.
> > HTH.
> > Craig.
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> Are you using the mythwelcome and/or acpi to boot the machine when there
> are recordings to be made?
> Check your bios to make sure that it's not set to automatically power up
> at a given time.
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