[icecast] Problem with ices on OpenBSD 2.9 w/ Icecast 1.3.10
brendan at icecast.org
Mon Jul 9 19:28:01 PDT 2001
On Tuesday, 10 July 2001 at 03:21, Nick Ludlam wrote:
> From: "Brendan Cully" <brendan at icecast.org>
> > That handles the segfault, I don't know why the stream wouldn't be
> > sent fast enough though...
> Tried with winamp, sonique and freeamp. All exhibit the same problem of
> stuttering play, and eventually this drops out of the icecast log:
> -> [10/Jul/2001:03:04:57] Kicking client 14 [184.108.40.206] [Too many errors (client not receiving data fast enough)] [listener],
> connected for 35 seconds, 257939 bytes transfered. 0 clients connected
> and I know it's not bandwidth-based problems. This happens on a local
> network as well as my ADSL, both of which are good enough to stream
> at 12Kb/sec.
Ah, I found this one while playing with ices on solaris. The problem
seems to be a truncation error in libshout's timing/timing.c, in
timing_sleep, which results in ices not sleeping at all between
chunks. I hope you're experiencing the same problem, because I posted
a patch a couple days ago. Check out the CVS or wait for 0.2.1.
> > Of course ices hasn't had a proper security audit. Please check with
> > Theo de Raadt before running it. :)
> I'm bound to incur his wrath :) Luckily my flatmate is a ports maintainer
> so he gets most of the shouting. Someone else seems to be maintaining
good story :)
> icecast in the ports collection, but ices isn't, yet. Is ices here to stay and
> icecast moving to icecast2? If that's the case, it might be worth making
> a port of ices to complete the set.
icecast is moving to icecast 2, but ices isn't dead yet either. At
least, I plan to keep maintaining it.
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