[icecast] test load for icecast2 ?

John Buttery john at io.com
Wed Mar 5 04:40:49 PST 2003

* Michael Smith <msmith at xiph.org> [2003-03-05 20:12:13 +1100]:
> You can (depends on your operating system) generally use kernel-level features 
> to throttle individual connections so that no one (or 5) connections can take 
> ALL the available bandwidth - it's probably even possible (again, depends on 
> your system) to reserve bandwidth specifically for icecast2. I'm not an 
> expert here - but there's LOTS of information available just a web search 
> away if you want to know more.

  http://www.lartc.org/ is a great resource for learning how to do the
above on a GNU/Linux system... 

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