[icecast] Icecast server terminates

E e at bigethan.com
Mon Nov 26 14:42:40 PST 2001



Attila,

from the random timing of your problem it may be that there is a song 
file, that is causing the problem (if you are randomly going through a 
set of mp3s).  It may be an icecast thing, or perhaps your program has 
the problem.  Try testing with a  song that you know works, and just let 
it loop forever...

Or I could be completely wrong :)  the more information you can provide 
about the error the better we can help you.

E

On Monday, November 26, 2001, at 02:53  PM, Attila Ficsor wrote:

> Hello Everybody,
>
>  I am new to this list, maybe boring and annoying questions will be 
> asked
> from you, but please help me if you can. :)
>
>  I have a problem with the icecast server version 1.3.11. I am running 
> it
> on a RedHat linux 7.0 box, with my own C++ program that uses the 
> libshout
> development library (1.0.5).
>  My program connects to the  icecast server and feeds it continously 
> with
> mp3 data. The mp3s are read from specified directories based on the
> content of a playlist file. Sometimes - I don't know for what reason - 
> the
> icecast server terminates. I can not find the problems source,
> 'cause sometimes it stays active and runs several days, sometimes dies
> after a few hours, sometimes after a minutes. (I do not modify my source
> code at all...)
>  Anyone has any ideas? Is there any known bug that I don't know
> about? Maybe it is a buffer overflow...?
>
>  If you think you might be able to help me, please let me know, and feel
> free to ask about details, too...
>
> Thank You,
>   Attila Ficsor
>
>
>
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