[mythtv-users] mythtv 0.22 backend on Ubuntu Hardy Heron
allen.p.edwards at gmail.com
Sun Dec 6 15:43:04 UTC 2009
On Sat, Dec 5, 2009 at 7:00 PM, Matthew Asplund <mattasplund at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 5, 2009 at 9:55 AM, Allen Edwards <allen.p.edwards at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I currently enjoy a pretty high WAF (the system has run well for 18
>> Why on earth would you want to change anything? Got an extra 40 hours
>> open in your calendar you don't know what to do with?
>> My advice (and don't listen to me I don't know anything) is to buy new
>> hard drives or better yet a new computer and do the upgrade there. Early
>> on in my Myth career some wise person told me to treat Myth as an appliance.
>> You buy it and it works. If it quits working, fix it. If it ain't broke,
>> don't fix it.
>> After thinking about it, buy a new backend. Hardware is cheap compared to
>> what it will cost you if you screw up the WAF.
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>> So true. Unfortunately, spending money also feeds into the WAF. I have a
> spare 1.5 TB drive, and 2x750 in the current system. Over christmas, I will
> probably back up everything onto the 1.5 TB, and try a fresh Karmic install,
> and then if it works, leave it alone. I realize that I shouldn't get
> seduced into running the newest and greatest front end stuff, but it is so
> shiny and pretty.
Please let us know how it turns out. I love both eating words and saying I
told you so. I think doing the fresh install is definitely the way to go.
The beauty of having a new machine is you could watch the old shows on the
old one as the new one is recording new shows. If I were doing it, I would
dual tape all the shows until all the old shows had been watched, then
switch over. On the other hand, maybe there is a way to move the shows and
database over. Updating a working myth does not sound like the way to go.
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