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A few weeks ago I posted a message about DIVA's GUI intermittently not starting. Gerry responded by saying this was a known bug which has been resolved in v.2.1. At the time, I figured I'd be OK until 2.1 was released because with some patience and an occasional reboot, I could eventually get the GUI to appear. For the past week, however, I've only once been able to see the GUI, but that didn't help much because not all the shows I knew to be there were being displayed. Actually, the directory tree on the left was accurate, but the show listings on the right were not: no more than two shows per channel were displayed on the right regardless of the number the channel actually contained. Several channels had multiple shows indicated on the left (3, 5, 9, whatever), but on the right only two of the total were shown.


FYI, other than the one time mentioned above when the GUI appeared but was flawed, here's the debug code I get when I try to launch DVA with the GUI and it doesn't appear at all:

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04/20 09:55:18 Notice: DVArchive V2.0a starting

04/20 09:55:18 DEBUG: OS Windows XP 5.1 (x86), Java 1.4.1_01, Sun Microsystems I

nc.

04/20 09:55:20 DEBUG: Queued Threaded Task

04/20 09:55:20 DEBUG: Spawned new Thread 0, now 1 threads running

04/20 09:55:20 DEBUG: THREAD_0:: UPnP Message Dispatcher -- engaged

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: Queued Threaded Task

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: Spawned new Thread 1, now 2 threads running

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: Queued Threaded Task

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: Spawned new Thread 2, now 3 threads running

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: Queued Threaded Task

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: THREAD_1:: DVArchive Streaming Server -- engaged

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: Spawned new Thread 3, now 4 threads running

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: Server waiting for next streaming client...

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: THREAD_3:: Scheduled Events Queue -- engaged

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: THREAD_2:: Scheduled Actions Queue -- engaged

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: Queued Threaded Task

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: Spawned new Thread 4, now 5 threads running

04/20 09:55:21 DEBUG: THREAD_4:: Event Logging Manager -- engaged

04/20 09:55:26 DEBUG: DVR_EXPLR:: Added device 192.168.6.7:80 to DVRExplorer

04/20 09:55:26 DEBUG: REPLAY_DEVICE:: Created cache entry for 192.168.6.4

04/20 09:55:26 DEBUG: REPLAY_DEVICE:: Creating nominally unreal device info

04/20 09:55:26 DEBUG: REPLAY_DEVICE:: Created cache entry for 192.168.6.3

04/20 09:55:26 DEBUG: REPLAY_DEVICE:: Creating nominally unreal device info

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Nothing happens after this point, and even though I can determine in Task Manager that a java process has been launched, the DVA server does not appear to be running: the shows are not accessible on the Replay or on my other computer (see next paragraph).


I have another computer on which DVA runs without any problems, and I've been using it to continue to download shows; however, that computer is now pretty much out of room since I never intended to use it for show storage. The computer with the GUI problem is the one with all of the storage space. While futzing with this, I discovered that if I run the GUI-less DVA from the command line with the --daemon switch, I get a completely accurate listing (both left and right sides) of its shows in the DVA running on the other computer, and those shows are accessible on both it and the Replay.


In order to retrieve the space on the DVA+GUI computer, I can export all the shows, but without the GUI on the other computer, I know of no way to import them. Is it possible to import from the command line? I don't think so, but what do I know? I'm now just another Replay-DVA junkie with an insatiable habit who’s really looking forward to v.2.1.
 
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