I just finished film school last year and was often on set the majority of weekends during the semester. To add to that I am married 17 years and have a daughter (age 5-8 during my time in film school). I can say your spouse must be understanding, which she was due to her time in medical school. We managed with ease, it was the schedule that was hard but we never underestimated what film school would entail.
Ironically, I also saw married professors who worked in the industry as well as other married students experience divorce during my time in the film program.
To keep things in perspective I said this to myself at least once a day: "Celluloid and pixels won't love you back" - I.E. My family will! This was most apparent to me in the lonely faces I percieved on many during the holidays.
My advice is to build your own content/audience in your own time (write, study the trends, industry) but prioritize what's important. We're in a situation where my wife's position as a physician in hospice allows me to build slowly and raise our child without neglect and the work I do to build now will pay off when she's older.
Oh, and the biggest threat if your not careful - debt. It's the biggest hinderence I hear my former classmates are experiencing in LA and it's also what we're prioritizing to rid ourself of asap and we're almost there. This will help my craft in the back end later.
Is 11.1 Lite download a Beta version?