Network drive question
I changed the recordings directory, to a network shared disk.
Is that possible ? I get än "äccess denied" error.
Or is there a problem with the share that I should dig into.
It works fine with a local disk.
this is in the log:
11-1-2007 18:55:07.421 VERBOSE  checking recordings
11-1-2007 18:55:07.421 VERBOSE  - checking NOS-Sportjournaal
11-1-2007 18:55:07.421 VERBOSE  pending: NOS-Sportjournaal 11-1-2007 18:50
11-1-2007 18:55:07.625 INFO  Found new programme requiring recording: NOS-Sportjournaal
11-1-2007 18:55:07.625 VERBOSE  Changing to channel (GBPVR.Backend.Common.NullTunerController): 216000000
11-1-2007 18:55:07.640 ERROR  Error starting recording: Access to the path '\\Poema\U\My TV\NOS-Sportjournaal' is denied.
11-1-2007 18:55:07.640 ERROR  Error starting recording: at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32 errorCode, String maybeFullPath)
at System.IO.Directory.InternalCreateDirectory(String fullPath, String path, DirectorySecurity dirSecurity)
at System.IO.Directory.CreateDirectory(String path, DirectorySecurity directorySecurity)
at GBPVR.RecordingService.x93f60a55016d55c4.xaf0c8a8c d1d45e20(ScheduledRecording xe41d2b9d98dc1269)
at GBPVR.RecordingService.x93f60a55016d55c4.xcba1f05f b5a46d5f()
11-1-2007 18:55:07.843 VERBOSE  RecordingStatus is now RecordingStatus.RECORDING_COMPETED
11-1-2007 18:55:07.843 VERBOSE  RecordingFactory.save()
11-1-2007 18:55:07.953 VERBOSE  Save(): Updated existing scheduled recording
11-1-2007 18:55:07.953 VERBOSE  RecordingFactory.loadSchedule()
11-1-2007 18:55:07.953 VERBOSE  getValue cached value: /settings/AutoRemoveMissingRecordings : true
11-1-2007 18:55:07.968 VERBOSE  getValue cached value: /settings/CheckForRenamedRecordings : true
11-1-2007 18:55:08.093 VERBOSE  checking recordings
11-1-2007 18:58:30.984 INFO  GB-PVR Recording Service stopping
11-1-2007 18:58:31.015 INFO  RecordingManager has been signalled to shutdown
11-1-2007 18:58:31.015 INFO  RecordingManager has finished
11-1-2007 18:58:32.000 INFO  GB-PVR Recording Service shutdown complete
Stating obvious, it looks like it doesnt have the permissions to write to that share.
thanks for your quick reply.
I checked that: I can copy a text file into the recordingsdirectory
on the other computer in my network.
Should I give the GB-PVR recording service permission to write to
that location ? How do I do that then ?
I have two computers with each a GB-PVR on it. I like to have only
one disk with all the recordings.
I have two because one is totally claimed by my wife.
Remember the recording service runs as a different user account than your desktop account, so copying a file into that share isnt a good test.
You could try changing the recording service to run as your user account.
thank you, it is solved. the service runs under my username now.
And now also this problem is solved: http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.php?t=21098
thanks again SUB !