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Tue Feb 19 17:38:45 PST 2002
Ricardo Galli wrote:
>I am trying it now, you can do it also at http://mcrg.uib.es:8000/live.ogg
>It's configured with a prebuffering of 5 seconds, and a maxlag of 10 seconds.
>If a refbuf for a given client exceeds 10 seconds, and it's not a partial
>packets, it is silently discarded and removed. The "core" is shown below:
i have an ethernet connection, so i couldn't effectively simulate
congestion. i just unplugged the jack for 10 seconds, XMMS stops
momentarily, and plugs it back in. playback continutes. now i unplug the
jack again for less than time that need to deplete XMMS buffer, plug the
jack back in, and playback continues without a hiccup. now i tried that
with another server (probably a shoutcast), first way (wait for a
dropout, then plug back in) disconnected right off. second way made a
hiccup a few seconds after i plugged ethernet jack back in.
very impressive! of course this empirical experiment is rahter informal...
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