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  1. Order of execution Issue?

    When I wantto watch live TV on MythTV, I first have to go into the mcc and
    turn off mythbackend and mysqld in that order and then restart them in
    reverse order otherwise I get the well known 'Cannot connect to the backend
    server.'

    /etc/rc.d/rc5.d show S54mysqld and S86mythbackend indicating that they load
    in the correct order. So why do i have this problem?



  2. Re: Order of execution Issue?

    On Tue, 20 Nov 2007 14:07:10 +0000, Alan Secker wrote:
    > When I wantto watch live TV on MythTV, I first have to go into the mcc and
    > turn off mythbackend and mysqld in that order and then restart them in
    > reverse order otherwise I get the well known 'Cannot connect to the backend
    > server.'


    You may want to look through /var/log/messages and wherever the mysqld
    and mythbackend deamon/service puts their messages to see what you can see.


  3. Re: Order of execution Issue?

    On Tue, 20 Nov 2007 09:07:10 -0500, Alan Secker wrote:

    > /etc/rc.d/rc5.d show S54mysqld and S86mythbackend indicating that they load
    > in the correct order. So why do i have this problem?


    This may be due to the parrallel running of init scripts. See if adding
    "nopinit" to your bootup kernel command line. See /etc/rc.d/rc for details.

    Regards, Dave Hodgins

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  4. Re: Order of execution Issue?

    On Tue, 20 Nov 2007 14:07:10 +0000, Alan Secker wrote:

    > When I wantto watch live TV on MythTV, I first have to go into the mcc
    > and turn off mythbackend and mysqld in that order and then restart them
    > in reverse order otherwise I get the well known 'Cannot connect to the
    > backend server.'
    >
    > /etc/rc.d/rc5.d show S54mysqld and S86mythbackend indicating that they
    > load in the correct order. So why do i have this problem?


    I just recently upgraded to 2008 and haven't seen this problem. Mine load
    as S55 and S86, but I've never seen this problem in the few years I've
    been running mythtv. Are you sure that mysqld and mythbackend are
    starting up properly on initial boot? My guess is that one of them are
    failing initially. Do your cards require a firmware file? I used to start
    mythbackend manually on boot. Until I switched the setup for the cards to
    "on demand", mythbackend would load but fail if I tried to start it too
    soon. Did you try just stopping and restarting mythbackend after a couple
    of minutes after boot? Once you have it running does it continue to
    function properly until you reboot? While I turn my slave machines off
    when not watching TV (actually recordings), the main backend server
    machine runs 24/7 here. Can I assume you're running 2008? More detailed
    info would help.

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