[mythtv-users] Myth problem or HDPVR probmem?
Michael T. Dean
mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Mon Feb 14 23:29:15 UTC 2011
On 02/14/2011 05:13 PM, Ken Bass wrote:
> The better solution would be to abort and immediately reschedule on
> another tuner. Its better to miss the first minute of a recording
and the first minute of the next 35 recordings that attempt to start on
this input, and an additional 20 recordings that should have occurred
with the affected tuner, but that can't because the tuner isn't working
properly, leaving conflicts on the schedule--not to mention the fact
that the high-priority recordings that were attempted on the broken
input can't be switched to a different input because the other inputs
are busy with lower-priority recordings that run contiguously with the
important recording, so you end up recording the wrong shows and ...
> the whole show.
You can't just look at the "now"/the current recording. MythTV is a
/much/ more complicated system.
It's /not/ a simple problem to solve. IMHO, expecting drivers to tell
us when the driver or hardware encounters an error is not a cop out.
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