nick.rout at gmail
Aug 29, 2012, 10:33 PM
Post #2 of 2
On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 3:27 PM, tim Lockyer <drtimlockyer [at] gmail> wrote:
Re: MySql Master Backend Role reset to “Disable”
[In reply to]
> This may be of interest to someone and save a lot of wasted time as I did.
> Before heading off to work this morning (30 July 2012) I ran a normal system
> backup. I am using Mythbuntu 12.04. When I returned from work I turned on
> one of my three front ends, it came up with a screen asking the the country
> with the next screen asking for the internet connection MySql password etc.
> Everything on that screen was correct.
> After quite a while in checking all was well I finally went to the MythBuntu
> Control Centre and found under the MySql tab that under Master Back-end Role
> “MySql services on Ethernet interface” had changed to “Disable”. And that
> was the reason the Front Ends were not working. After changing to “Enable”
> all was working correctly. I am absolutely sure I had not changed the
> setting myself. Could this be a bug?
It's a current mythbuntu bug I believe.
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