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Bug #2586

scan fail for NA satellite

Added by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago. Updated almost 5 years ago.

Status:
Accepted
Priority:
Normal
Category:
Muxers
Target version:
-
Start date:
2015-01-03
Due date:
% Done:

100%

Estimated time:
Found in version:
3.9
Affected Versions:

Description

i am using 3.4 that works fine i need to use transcode so i update to 3.9 and now i am getting scan fail on all transponder muxi are auto detec but still scan fail


Files

tvheadend.bmp (2.93 MB) tvheadend.bmp Andre Harty, 2015-01-03 13:34
tvheadend.log (68.2 MB) tvheadend.log Andre Harty, 2015-01-03 17:33

Associated revisions

Revision c4089cc7 (diff)
Added by Jaroslav Kysela almost 5 years ago

dvb_psi: fix sdt parser (when tableid == 0x46 and mux is available), fixes #2586

History

#1

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 5 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Need feedback

Andre Harty wrote:

i am using 3.4 that works fine i need to use transcode so i update to 3.9 and now i am getting scan fail on all transponder muxi are auto detec but still scan fail

Have you tried not using AUTO?

#2

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

yes i did but still says scan fail

#3

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

and is says no data found so there is no service names so the channels cannot map i am using tbs 5922 that works perfect with 3.4

#4

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

and is says no data found so there is no service names so the channels cannot map i am using tbs 5922 that works perfect with 3.4

Are your frequency values like in this image?

The only one that should be AUTO is Pilot.

#5

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

i am going to send you a screen shot of it

#7

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

every one fails , even if i migrate from the older version 3.4 the same thing

#8

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

could it be because i am using NA satellite witch is DISH NETWORK

#9

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

scan no data, failed

#10

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

could it be because i am using NA satellite witch is DISH NETWORK

Are you sure your sat config is correct? Default is Universal LNB. Do you remember having to alter your SatConfig in 3.4?

#11

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

yes it is correct i am using DBS bandstalk

in network i chose dvbs

orbit 1

#12

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

yes it is correct i am using DBS bandstalk

in network i chose dvbs

orbit 1

Are you using pre-defined muxes or have you added one manually?

#13

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

i added manually there is no pre-defined muxes for north america in tvheadend

#14

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

i added manually there is no pre-defined muxes for north america in tvheadend

Hmm, I'm not sure what to suggest you try next. I have a 5922 myself and that works fine here with 3.9. This might be a stupid idea but have you tried adding more 0's? I know when I add muxes to Tvheadend it removes the last three digits.

#15

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

yes i did

12370000
20000000

#16

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

it detect the muxes automaticaly but there is no data that means there is no name and by scan result all muxes says fail

#17

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

what build are you using
can you send me a copy

#18

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

it detect the muxes automaticaly but there is no data that means there is no name and by scan result all muxes says fail

Ah, if it's finding more muxes then this looks like a bug then. try running tvheadend with

--trace all --logfile <path to logfile here>

And post the log file here. Hopefully one of the devs will be able to analyse it and provide you with some solutions and/or fixes.

#19

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

what build are you using
can you send me a copy

I'm using the latest git master, built using Autobuild.sh in the source.

#20

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

ok

#21

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

i am trying to set debug but cant get it to work

#22

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

i am trying to set debug but cant get it to work

Try running (if debian or ubuntu)
Make sure you have a backup copy of your config before running this..

sudo service tvheadend stop
sudo /usr/bin/tvheadend -c /home/hts/.hts/tvheadend -C --debug all --trace all --logfile /home/hts/tvheadend.log

Edit, make sure that you remove all users with passwords from your config after you've made a backup (so they don't get logged).

#23

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

in the log file i can see channel names but they are not showing up in services an still getting scan fail

here is the log file

#24

Updated by Jaroslav Kysela almost 5 years ago

  • Status changed from Need feedback to Fixed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100
#25

Updated by Jaroslav Kysela almost 5 years ago

  • Status changed from Fixed to Accepted
  • Assignee changed from John Törnblom to Jaroslav Kysela

Could you try latest v3.9-2313-gc4089cc ?

#26

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

ok i will
thanks

#27

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

hey guys i am still getting scan result fail

#28

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

hey guys i am still getting scan result fail

You'll need to provide another log :)

#29

Updated by Jaroslav Kysela almost 5 years ago

It would be better to provide 60 seconds of dump of the whole mux (the "play" link in the mux grid - use wget or curl to save the contents to a file). It looks like a more complicated issue. The sdt and nit tables fails.

#30

Updated by K Shea almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

could it be because i am using NA satellite witch is DISH NETWORK

As an American I will just say that I don't understand how Mr. Harty could ever receive Dish Network signals in the first place. Dish Network is a commercial direct-to-hone service that encrypts its programming, and unlike in Europe the providers in North America (Dish Network, DirecTV, Dell Expressvu, Shaw) do NOT offer conditional access cards that are compatible with TBS tuner cards. I use the latest version of TVHeadEnd and apart from a different problem that I will describe in another report, I generally have no problem receiving true Free-To-Air (unencrypted) signals using a TBS tuner card. But almost all Dish Network signals are encrypted, so I can't understand how this could ever have worked for any useful channels in 3.4.

#31

Updated by Andre Harty almost 5 years ago

Hey guys can you please fix the new build cause it's doing the same thing I can't map channels

#32

Updated by Jaroslav Kysela almost 5 years ago

Andre Harty wrote:

Hey guys can you please fix the new build cause it's doing the same thing I can't map channels

No mux dump, no fix...

#33

Updated by Graham H almost 5 years ago

K Shea wrote:

But almost all Dish Network signals are encrypted, so I can't understand how this could ever have worked for any useful channels in 3.4.

But they should still scan - the PSI is not encrypted.

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