Extending beyond 7 days
twhiteh at ntlworld.com
Sun Sep 6 13:51:58 PDT 2015
Dunno if this has been covered already in this thread. I regularly get my
programmes for the last 30 days via the pvr function. I save a copy of
tv.cache and radio.cache every few days. Then after 30 days I can reload
the appropriate cache files from the saved ones at 6 or 7 day intervals and
run pvr with a nice long expiry date. ie
get_iplayer --pvr --isodate --expiry 14400000 It works for me and would
be better if I had a batch job that saved the cache files automatically. But
as a simple windows user am not that clever.
----- Original Message -----
From: "George Eycott" <george at eycott.co.uk>
To: <get_iplayer at lists.infradead.org>
Sent: Sunday, September 06, 2015 6:10 PM
Subject: RE: Extending beyond 7 days
> Ah, hadn't read the release notes far enough back. I did find some odd
> references to a command line option which extended the time up to 30 days
> but then that was contradicted by the later information that the code
> only go back 7 days even if the programme was on the Iplayer site for 30
> days. I assumed (OK, should never do that) the 7 day limit was hardcoded
> stop the refresh taking ages, hence why the second post highlighted that I
> only wanted to do it for one channel.
> So, will have to do it the hard way this time, but for next time could I
> the following? Before I go away I use the refresh future option, I can
> somehow queue the future PID's from the PVR function so that when I come
> back and the programmes are available (but they are no longer in the
> I can go and get them?
>> > I want to get
>> > the cache refresh to extend to a couple of weeks instead of 7 days. I
>> > understand the drawback of this is to make the refresh take longer, but
>> > only want to do it for Radio 4 so presumably I can restrict the refresh
>> > that one channel.
>> Please read the release notes found here:
>> ...from Version 2.87 onwards:
>> Notes for 2.87 should give you the most important info (feed removal).
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