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# 127044 28-Jul-2013 10:51
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Has anyone else noticed the amount of data collected getting less over the last few days??

As it seems to be with both the DVB-S & DVB-T collections I suspect it's something at their end... but I would just like to confirm others are seeing the same thing.

From EPG Collector logs

Thur 25/7 DVB-S 18 channels 4692
Fri 26/7 DVB-S 18 channels 4046
Sat 27/7 DVB-S 18 channels 3488
Sun 28/7 DVB-S 18 channels 2963

Thur 25/7 DVB-T 18 channels 6035
Fri 26/7 DVB-T 18 channels 5984
Sat 27/7 DVB-T 18 channels 5240
Sun 28/7 DVB-T 18 channels 4581

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  # 867652 29-Jul-2013 09:15
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On checking after last nights update I'm now down to 2452 listings from sat & 3956 listings from terest.....

I have now gone a bit further & actually looked at what is being displayed on my htpc guide for later in the week & from Friday on they all display "No Listings" (which is different than the default display of No Show Details) so that must be being added at their end.... so currently it looks like they are not actually giving us seven days of data... I hope they get it sorted out soon.

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  # 867671 29-Jul-2013 10:01
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From a collection I have just run all the days from the 2nd August onwards have a single entry per day with no programme title or synopsis.

All the channels are the same.

Broadcasters must be having problems.

 
 
 
 


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  # 867677 29-Jul-2013 10:10
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I haven't checked myself if the same issue is occurring here as I am currently at work, but worth a look. May be experiencing the same issue however...

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  # 867732 29-Jul-2013 11:16

It was stalled at Freeview - Terrestrial from Friday 2nd & Satellite from Thurs 1st

This has now been fixed

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