rfringuello at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 06:42:35 PDT 2012
Ok Thomas, I understood, it wasn't intention do like that.
The xspf file associated to each station is instead real-time updated?
Why not all the stations has got that file?
Why stations like http://18.104.22.168/1.mp3 and others are not inside
PS I'm sorry but my mail client automatically answers to the sender!
2012/9/25 Rücker Thomas <thomas.ruecker at tieto.com>
> On 25/09/12 15:46, renato fringuello wrote:
> > Can you tell me how often is yp.xml updated?
> Currently the XML is updated roughly every 10 minutes. (which could
> change at any time really)
> Please notice though that polling every 10 minutes is NOT OK!
> I see some incredibly inefficient software being responsible for the
> majority of the load on the server. (Think thousands of users and
> multiple requests per client - adds up to a LOT.)
> So please be sensible. Don't auto-update the list constantly - it
> doesn't change much anyway.
> e.g. reload only if the user requests an update.
> If you have further questions, don't hesitate to ask.
> > 2012/9/25 Rücker Thomas <thomas.ruecker at tieto.com
> > <mailto:thomas.ruecker at tieto.com>>
> > Hi Renato,
> > please subscribe to the mailing lists, so that you don't miss
> > answers. (Also please don't send HTML mail)
> > On 24/09/12 17:14, renato fringuello wrote:
> > Hi, my name is renato and I'm trying to develope a player for
> > Icecast screams, how can I get some help?
> > This mailing list is the right place for development related
> > discussion.
> > There is also the #icecast IRC channel on freenode.
> > I need to obtain all italian streams.
> > As of right now this is your best bet:
> > http://dir.xiph.org/yp.xml
> > Note: you really should implement support for compression
> > according to RFC2616.
> > It makes about a 10x difference in transferred data.
> > Cheers
> > Thomas
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