[MYTV - TS] when diskspace is low (1GB) no zapping is possible (1 Viewer)

boobee

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    Windows Version: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 2 (2600.xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)
    CPU Type: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3500+ Venice Core, MMX, 3DNow, ~2.2GHz
    Memory: Kingston 512MB DDR SingleChannel
    Motherboard: Asus A8N-VM CSM
    Motherboard Chipset: BIOS Date: 01/17/06 15:47:59 Ver: 08.00.12
    Motherboard Bios: NVidia nForce 430
    Video Card: IGP NVIDIA GeForce 6150
    Video Card Driver: nv4_disp.dll, 6.14.0010.9131
    Sound Card: SoundMAX HD Audio
    Sound Card AC3:
    Sound Card Driver: ADIHdAud.sys, 5.10.0001.4151 (English)
    1. TV Card: FloppyDTV-S CI
    1. TV Card Type: DVB-S
    1. TV Card Driver: BDA 4.2.0.0 - FW 1.1.1
    2. TV Card:
    2. TV Card Type:
    2. TV Card Driver:
    Video Codec: MPV/Purevideo
    Audio Codec: MPA/Purevideo
    Satelite/CableTV Provider: LNB1: HotBird 13°E - LNB2: Astra 19.2°E
    HTPC Case: Generic mid-tower mATX
    Power Supply: 300W
    Remote: Logitech Harmony 525 on Serial IRMan
    TV: Samsung LCD 32" LE 32R76B
    TV - HTPC Connection: HDMI -> DVI-D lead


    When diskspace gets low even due to timeshifting file, no errors are noticed and zapping channel is impossible. Might be cool ts to self-deactivate when critial low disk space is reached.

    Have to stop tv (ts file gets cleared) and restart.

    11/07/2006 1.03.57 [Info.] Navigator:ZapNext Italia 1->SKY Cinema 2
    11/07/2006 1.03.57 [Info.] UpdateOSD()
    11/07/2006 1.03.59 [Info.] Channel change:confused:KY Cinema 2
    11/07/2006 1.03.59 [Info.] GUITVHome.ViewChannel(): View channel=SKY Cinema 2 ts:True
    11/07/2006 1.03.59 [Info.] g_Player.Stop()
    11/07/2006 1.03.59 [Info.] g_Player.OnStopped()
    11/07/2006 1.03.59 [Info.] StreamBufferPlayer9:cleanup DShow graph False
    11/07/2006 1.03.59 [Info.] StreamBufferPlayer9: vmr9 disable
    11/07/2006 1.03.59 [Info.] planescene: PresentSurface() frame:7 enabled:False allowed:True 768x576
    11/07/2006 1.03.59 [Info.] StreamBufferPlayer9: vmr9 dispose
    11/07/2006 1.03.59 [Info.] 1 vmr9:Dispose
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] VMR9: not active
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] PlaneScene: PresentImage() dispose surfaces
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] PlaneScene: PresentImage() dispose surfaces
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] 1 VMR9:ReleaseComObject():0
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] PlaneScene: PresentImage() dispose surfaces
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] StreamBufferPlayer9: Cleanup done
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] StreamBufferPlayer9:grapbuilder=null
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] add cmd:MediaPortal.TV.Recording.TimeShiftTvCommand #1
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] Recorder:confused:tartTimeshift tv SKY Cinema 2
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] Recorder: find free card
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] Command:confused:top all card except card:0
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] Recorder: tv channel changed:confused:KY Cinema 2
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] teletext: clear teletext cache
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] Recorder: found free card 1 prio:1 name:FireDTV DVB-S
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [ERROR] Recorder: failed to start timeshifting since drive C: has less then 1GB freediskspace
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [ERROR] Command:MediaPortal.TV.Recording.TimeShiftTvCommand failed reason:confused:pazio su disco insufficiente time:15,625 msec
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] Recorder: Card:FireDTV DVB-S timeshift tv channel:Italia 1
    11/07/2006 1.04.00 [Info.] Recorder: start viewing timeshift file of card FireDTV DVB-S
     

    infinite.loop

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    i have tested it here today and i can not confirm it. even with 100MB left on the HDD i was able to zap.
     

    boobee

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    will re-test to see if it still occurs
     

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