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Thread: Available recordings not showing up

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    SteveTyrakowski wrote he converts files to mp4. I did a quick test and If the source ts file is deleted it doesn't show in the file list either.

    Martin
    Doesn't seem to be related to this. I converted a recording mp4, and it was still listed, and played fine.

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    I guess it's different with

    <AutoRemoveMissingRecordings>false</AutoRemoveMissingRecordings>
    <CheckForRenamedRecordings>false</CheckForRenamedRecordings>

    Martin

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    It looks like the call to get the recording list is timing out.

    17:28:15 T:139716255647488 DEBUG: CurlFile::Open(0x7f122430f540) http://192.168.9.203:8866/service?me...99cb8476a7bf2e
    17:28:35 T:139716255647488 WARNING: FillBuffer: curl failed with code 28
    17:28:35 T:139716255647488 ERROR: CCurlFile::CReadState::Open, didn't get any data from stream.
    I don't have anything like 1300 recordings. If you want to post your npvr.db3, I can try it here and see how long it's taking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    I guess it's different with

    <AutoRemoveMissingRecordings>false</AutoRemoveMissingRecordings>
    <CheckForRenamedRecordings>false</CheckForRenamedRecordings>

    Martin
    Yeah, the mp4 files probably wont be included if you've got these set.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    It looks like the call to get the recording list is timing out.



    I don't have anything like 1300 recordings. If you want to post your npvr.db3, I can try it here and see how long it's taking.
    OK here is the database

    Steve T
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    Can you see if this patch helps?
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  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    Can you see if this patch helps?
    Yes that NShared.dll seems to have done the trick. Reseting the pvr database went very quickly. I was expecting it to take longer.

    Thanks for such quick response.
    Steve Tyrakowski

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    Great.

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    sub,

    The NShared.dll patch worked to get all the available recordings to show up after I did a Reset pvr database.

    Several hours later, I went to use the xbmc client to watch the news that had recorded after I did that test of the reset database. The 2 shows that had recorded since the reset did not show up. The only way I could get them to show up was to do another reset of the pvr database.

    Is that the normal operation? I was wondering if another piece of the update process was still failing.

    Also, when I did play that recording thru the client, there were long delays when I hit the right arrow to advance 30 seconds. Is that pretty normal for playback with streaming?

    When I play the same recording thru the videos tab as an SMB share I am able to use the skip 30 seconds button with almost immediate results.

    If that is what I should expect, that's fine. Just curious what I should be expecting.

    BTW, the client is an ACER Revo 1600 (atom with ION) with 1gb Ram running OpenElec off a thumb drive. NextPvr Server is an Athlon II X4 635 with 4gb ram running 64bit Win7 Home Premium.

    Thanks,
    Steve T.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    Great.
    Sub,
    I don't want to be impatient, but did you notice the followup question I posted to this thread.

    Thanks,
    Steve T

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