I can go in via my pc browser and all seems ok. I've just had a look under Diag and run a Diagnostic test and all is OK. I also looked in the auto.log file and there were lots of similar entries both with status 0 and status 1 - but I'm not sure what these mean. An example is:
4 22:50 - Media scan starting, DLNA server status: 1
17/04/2014 22:50 - dedup scan completed in 0.344 seconds.
17/04/2014 22:50 - decrypt scan completed in 0.328 seconds.
17/04/2014 22:50 - shrink scan completed in 0.335 seconds.
17/04/2014 22:50 - mpg scan completed in 0.412 seconds.
17/04/2014 22:50 - mp3 scan completed in 0.446 seconds.
17/04/2014 22:50 - expire scan completed in 0.346 seconds.
17/04/2014 22:50 - Media scan completed in 2.356 seconds.
17/04/2014 23:00 - -------------------------------------------------------
17/04/2014 23:00 - Media scan starting, DLNA server status: 0
17/04/2014 23:00 - dedup scan completed in 0.33 seconds.
17/04/2014 23:00 - decrypt scan completed in 0.333 seconds.
17/04/2014 23:00 - shrink scan completed in 0.332 seconds.
17/04/2014 23:00 - mpg scan completed in 0.314 seconds.
17/04/2014 23:00 - mp3 scan completed in 0.327 seconds.
17/04/2014 23:00 - expire scan completed in 0.318 seconds.
17/04/2014 23:00 - Media scan completed in 2.105 seconds.
I do not know what Flatten and Sweeper is so there are probably not running - unless they are default services. All I see is /, /media, /,media/My Music, /media/My Photos, /media/My Videos. There is nothing Undeniable.* in any of these folders. There is no, as far as I see, any orphan .hmt files, however, there were two files in My Videos that seemed odd. A 0B file called .series and another file on it's own called George Michael I'm Your Man2.hmi that was size 324B. I have deleted these two files so will see what happens. My Deleted Files folder is currently empty. Having deleted the two files I will see if I get another email. Thanks.
Found it - through ftp search. May I ask a 'dumb' question that I have yet to discover the answer. When you set up a series recording the programs obviously appear under the Yellow button in your scheduled recordings. When I no longer wish to see the series I can delete the scheduled records - is this the way you do it (per program)? Or is there somewhere else that lists all the series schedules you have requested?
There is nothing which lists series recording schedules separately from one-off recording schedules.
Series recordings have the "S" icon against them, and linger in the schedule list; one-offs are no longer in the list after they have been actioned - so the items in the listing are most likely to be series schedules anyway. Series schedules with no upcoming recordings within the current EPG range (7-8 days) are at the end of the list with "--" in the next recording time field, and will expire after three months or can be removed manually (at risk of not catching a future recording if the series has not in fact finished but is taking a break), or as a group by the WebIF clean-up operation.
I have noticed that my rs has not given me a failed warning email even though I have that setting enabled and I found failed recordings.
Is there a way to force another check manually rather than wait for the 6am automatic check? I was thinking of updating every package and try the check.