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Flava is a personal video recording system which can be distributed over multiple nodes to perform the actions of recording, encoding, and storing television shows, as well as an adaptive management system, which can, among other things, track a series of programs and allow multiple users to make requests.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  26 Sep 2003 17:48

    Release Notes: The UI is now fully functional and scalable. A list of nodes in the system is provided in the client. Local download database to manage downloaded files. Access to other users' programs on a network. Complete search functionality, by from/to datetime and channel. Fixes to node interconnect protocol. Cancel properly implemented with client-storage communication. The management server now updates series information every 24 hours. The management server now controls storage node program deletion, and is aware of the programs deleted.

    •  11 Sep 2003 07:48

      Release Notes: The independent node sources now build cleanly with no modification on a large number of :inux systems. x86-isms have been sorted out and removed, and the system now runs on strictly aligned architectures. Sporadic crashes due to the use of getlogin are now fixed. ntohll macros were added, dependent on architecture.

      •  10 Sep 2003 07:59

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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