[icecast] icecast2 disconnects..
steve j. kondik
shade at chemlab.org
Sun Oct 6 03:56:35 PDT 2002
i can confirm that this fixes the bug.
<p>On Sun, 2002-10-06 at 06:12, Michael Smith wrote:
> At 09:29 PM 10/4/02 -0500, you wrote:
> >weird..I posted this a few days ago, but it never showed up...
> It did, I just didn't get around to looking at it in depth...
> >anyway, here it is (again) :)
> >while we are talking about disconnects, I'll mention the fact that
> >apparently when metadata song changes are done by a source (mine namely),
> >icecast2 seems to want to disconnect each listener. I have confirmed that
> >on metadata song changes, on the source client, no closing of the sockets
> >are done, only logical vorbis bitstream closings....
> This is triggered in some rare circumstances, and was worsened by a recent
> incorrect bugfix (there was a bug, the fix was wrong and exacerbated the
> problem, making it more likely to be triggered).
> I didn't fix it sooner because the vast majority of my files (and other
> test streams) don't trigger the bug anyway. I think this is the problem
> you and others have been seeing, so do an update and see if it's improved.
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