[RDD] Fwd: corrupt clocks
timc at wnsp.com
Fri Feb 26 11:02:24 EST 2010
I just upgraded to 1.7 debian packages for lenny and it totally trashed my
clocks half the events are gone and
start times for every break is 00:00
Not sure what to do now, go back to 1.6 or what
On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 9:19 AM, James Skidmore <dfwlinuxguy at gmail.com>wrote:
> I started looking at the database tables this morning and discovered
> that the data inside looked correct. I upgraded to the newest version
> of rivendell and that seems to have fixed the issue. I'm very thankful
> it wasn't a table corruption issue. Thanks...James
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: James Skidmore <dfwlinuxguy at gmail.com>
> Date: Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 7:50 PM
> Subject: corrupt clocks
> To: rivendell-dev at lists.rivendellaudio.org
> I apologize if this question has already been asked/answered. I
> attempted to check the archives and got a permission denied error.
> I also apologize b/c I don't have access to the machine at the moment,
> but I am using the version just behind the current version of
> Rivendell (I'll can get this info if needed tomorrow).
> I went through and set up all the clocks. I then downloaded the audio
> and began importing into carts. When I was finished, I fired up
> RDAirPlay and loaded the log I had created for the current day. It was
> apparent that the schedule was not correct, so I went to the clocks
> and started going through the hours and all of my clocks are jumbled.
> It appears that all the elements I put into the hour are there, but
> the times have all been shuffled and nothing is scheduled at the
> proper time.
> Tomorrow I am going to run a myisam check on all the tables to make
> sure that they are not corrupt. I do not have a backup (shame on
> me...I know). Is this a known issue? Is it corrected by a Rivendell
> upgrade? Is there a way (besides restoring the database) to fix the
> problem without having to go back in and re-adjust all the clocks?
> What happened?
> I run SuSE 11.1 on the client. The server is Ubuntu. I've already
> heard suggestions that the problem is fixed by switching to Fedora or
> that it is a MySQL issue. I've been a professional Linux consultant
> since 1998 and I can most certainly tell you that it is a bug within
> Rivendell and not a MySQL issue.
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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