[icecast-dev] Client auth with mysql
Dave St John
dstjohn at mediacast1.com
Thu May 13 02:25:47 PDT 2004
One thing i would like to see with the mysql auth framework is this
<option name="dbname" value="database name here"/>
<option name="dbuser" value="database username here"/>
<option name="dbpass" value="database password here"/>
<option name="db_table_prefix" value="database table prefix here"/> <!--
i.e. iceauth_ -->
<option name="db_username_field" value="database field name
here"/><!--name of field to get usernames from username -->
<option name="db_password_field" value="database field name here"/>
<!--name of db field to get password from i.e. userpass -->
That way we can specify what db to use and just about all hte options you
would want to see.
then the sql would look something like this
CREATE TABLE `subscription_servers` (
`server_id` int(11) NOT NULL default '0',
`subscriber_id` varchar(55) NOT NULL default '0',
`username` varchar(255) NOT NULL default '',
`userpass` varchar(255) NOT NULL default '',
`raw_password` varchar(255) NOT NULL default '',
<p><p>Dave St John
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Mathieu Arnold" <mat at mat.cc>
To: <icecast-dev at xiph.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2004 3:12 AM
Subject: Re: [icecast-dev] Client auth with mysql
<p>> +-Le 12/05/2004 14:20 -0500, oddsock a dit :
> | Mathieu,
> | This is a great idea, and I'm sure many people would like to take
> | advantage of it. Since the release of 2.0.0, we've added an
> | "authenticator" framework which allows us to create authentication
> | modules for handling listener (client-based) authentication. We
> | currently have one authentication module (htpasswd) which uses a simple
> | file to store users and encrypted passwords. With this new framework,
> | adding additional authenticators (URL, mysql, etc.) should be fairly
> | simple, or at least that's the intent...
> | as you patch stands right now, I'm not sure it will be adopted, however
> | the chances are very good if you re-write it using the authenticator
> | framework that is currently in the most current Subversion repository...
> Ok, I knew what I was doing wasn't the right way to do it :-)
> I'll have a look at this auth framework, thanks for the feedback, I feel
> less alone know ;-)
> Mathieu Arnold
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