[mythtv-users] Detailed log of mythfrontend activity?
myth at dermanouelian.com
Thu Feb 5 18:17:56 UTC 2009
On Feb 5, 2009, at 10:14 AM, kanetse at gmail.com wrote:
> I know that mythfrontend, by default, displays a log to stdout when it
> is run. However, is there way to get a more detailed log? Somethings
> that mythfrontend doesn't log by default is (a) which programs are
> being watched and (b) which programs are deleted from the backend.
> This is information I'd like to track.
> Is there some flag I can pass to mythfrontend to display that?
bderman at mythtv:~$ mythfrontend -v help
2009-02-05 10:17:45.453 mythfrontend version: trunk  www.mythtv.org
Verbose debug levels.
Accepts any combination (separated by comma) of:
" all " - ALL available debug output
" most " - Most debug (nodatabase,notimestamp,noextra)
" important " - Errors or other very important messages
" general " - General info
" record " - Recording related messages
" playback " - Playback related messages
" channel " - Channel related messages
" osd " - On-Screen Display related messages
" file " - File and AutoExpire related messages
" schedule " - Scheduling related messages
" network " - Network protocol related messages
" commflag " - Commercial Flagging related messages
" audio " - Audio related messages
" libav " - Enables libav debugging
" jobqueue " - JobQueue related messages
" siparser " - Siparser related messages
" eit " - EIT related messages
" vbi " - VBI related messages
" database " - Display all SQL commands executed
" dsmcc " - DSMCC carousel related messages
" mheg " - MHEG debugging messages
" upnp " - upnp debugging messages
" socket " - socket debugging messages
" xmltv " - xmltv output and related messages
" dvbcam " - DVB CAM debugging messages
" media " - Media Manager debugging messages
" idle " - System idle messages
" extra " - More detailed messages in selected levels
" timestamp " - Conditional data driven messages
" none " - NO debug output
The default for this program appears to be: '-v "important,general" '
Most options are additive except for none, all, and important.
These three are semi-exclusive and take precedence over any
prior options given. You can however use something like
'-v none,jobqueue' to get only JobQueue related messages
and override the default verbosity level.
The additive options may also be subtracted from 'all' by
prefixing them with 'no', so you may use '-v all,nodatabase'
to view all but database debug messages.
Some debug levels may not apply to this program.
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