PVR Scheduler doesn't update the cache if it has already been updated
#1
Up until last week my PVR Scheduler updated the cache ever 4 hours before searching for my programme for download. It has now stopped doing this, so nothing is downloading. I have today updated to version 3.13.0 but the problem persists. Here is a screenshot of what is happening with the following command, on Windows 10 :

get_iplayer_pvr.cmd --verbose

   
   

Any suggestions how I can get it to work again? Or can I somehow schedule an update to run while PVR is also running in the background?
#2
It won't refresh it again at startup if you have already done so within the past 4 hours.
#3
A-ha ... that makes sense now. Presumably I fixed the problem when I did get_iplayer --refresh ... I just jumped the gun because there was no way to test it until 4 hours later. Still, it probably did no harm to update to the latest version as well.

All is working fine again now. Thanks for the quick response and your help.
#4
This thread needs to be marked SOLVED, but I can't find where to do it.
#5
It doesn't (no remedy was required), and you can't.


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