[mythtv-users] "You Haven't Scheduled Any Programs"
David Brieck Jr.
dbrieck at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 02:34:54 UTC 2008
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 1:33 AM, Roy Stogner <roy at stogners.org> wrote:
> I apologize if this message is a repeat; I sent it while unsubscribed
> to the list, and it hasn't shown up on the HTML archives yet.
> "You Haven't Scheduled Any Programs To Be Recorded" is what MythTV
> tells me when I go to the "Upcoming Recordings" or even the "Set
> Priorities" options in the "Manage Recordings" section of
> When I go to the "Recording Schedules" option in MythWeb, on the other
> hand, I see the dozens of schedules I've added over the years -
> they must be still in the database somewhere. If I add new schedules
> now, I can again see them in MythWeb but not in mythfrontend. The
> mythbackend must not be able to see them properly either, because new
> programs that should be recorded are not.
> What (probably) triggered this problem was me rebooting with a new
> webcam plugged in, which became /dev/video0 and pushed my PVR-150 to
> /dev/video1, confusing MythTV badly. I've since removed the webcam,
> made sure that the PVR is back to video0, reset things in mythtvsetup,
> and made sure that I can watch and change channels from mythfrontend's
> "Watch TV". I've also run mysqlcheck (which assures me that every
> table is OK), run myisamchk (which says "recovering" and "fixing" a
> lot but hasn't seemed to change anything), and run optimize_mythdb.pl
> (which says "Repaired/Optimized" a lot but hasn't seemed to change
> anything). No luck.
> Does anyone have any other suggestions? I'd really rather not have to
> uninstall and reinstall mythtv from scratch; even if I wanted to
> re-enable all my recording schedules by hand, I don't know how I could
> do a reinstall without losing the metadata for the shows I've
> currently got recorded and saved.
Just had this happen to me tonight. Repair your tables and restart the
backend and it should be cleared up, assuming the tables are damaged
beyond automatic repair. Oh, and the backend log was what told me a
table was marked as crashed.
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