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So I installed my SWM-8 on Sunday and everything went smooth. I did a RBR on all boxes after taking off the BBC's and all came right up. Later that night I was watching a recording. I went into the list and selected the same recording (was trying to restart it) when the darn thing locked up. Did this 3 times in a row (was testing it). On Monday, late afternoon all of my HD DVR's decided to reboot at the same time. There was no power fluctuation (1 was on a UPS with the PI). Since I had only done a RBR on the boxes I decided to pull the plugs and let them sit for a few. This has appeared to solve the issues and overall responsiveness seems to be faster.

Just thought I would throw this out there for anyone else having issues.
 

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orion7144 said:
So I installed my SWM-8 on Sunday and everything went smooth. I did a RBR on all boxes after taking off the BBC's and all came right up. Later that night I was watching a recording. I went into the list and selected the same recording (was trying to restart it) when the darn thing locked up. Did this 3 times in a row (was testing it). On Monday, late afternoon all of my HD DVR's decided to reboot at the same time. There was no power fluctuation (1 was on a UPS with the PI). Since I had only done a RBR on the boxes I decided to pull the plugs and let them sit for a few. This has appeared to solve the issues and overall responsiveness seems to be faster.

Just thought I would throw this out there for anyone else having issues.
99% of HR2xs crashed monday.. big thread here: http://www.dbstalk.com/showthread.php?t=141604
 

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orion7144 said:
So I installed my SWM-8 on Sunday and everything went smooth. I did a RBR on all boxes after taking off the BBC's and all came right up. Later that night I was watching a recording. I went into the list and selected the same recording (was trying to restart it) when the darn thing locked up. Did this 3 times in a row (was testing it). On Monday, late afternoon all of my HD DVR's decided to reboot at the same time. There was no power fluctuation (1 was on a UPS with the PI). Since I had only done a RBR on the boxes I decided to pull the plugs and let them sit for a few. This has appeared to solve the issues and overall responsiveness seems to be faster.

Just thought I would throw this out there for anyone else having issues.
that is a known system issue fixed now
 
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