[icecast] Setting Up A Master-Slave Relay Problem

Kerry Cox kerry.cox at ksl.com
Fri Dec 12 09:42:00 PST 2003



Yes, but using the slave pull from master configuration works well. I
simply configure the master to allow connections from the slave and the
slave then pulls all the data it needs off. 
I have this working well on two productions icecast2 machines down in S.
California. The master sits in the main radio station headquarters while
the server (to which everyone connects) sits up in San Jose. It pulls
the single audio stream off of the master and re-encodes it. Hundreds of
users connect to the slave.
Contact me off list for more specific configs.
KJ 

On Fri, 2003-12-12 at 10:20, oddsock wrote:
> At 04:36 PM 12/12/2003 +0900, you wrote:
> 
> >Hi.
> >I d like to relay from my icecast2 server to the other Icecast2 server. 
> >But I got the below error message.
> >
> >EROR connection/connection_create_source No content-type header, falling 
> >back to backwards compatibility mode for icecast 1.x relays. Assuming 
> >content is mp3.
> >
> >How do I solve it?
> currently, the master/slave relay logic is broken.  I am in process of 
> fixing it as we speak, and we will probably have a beta 3 release soon....
> 
> oddsock
> 
> 
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