[Icecast] How do I group icecast servers
Dennis at Heerema.net
Tue Dec 28 09:33:44 UTC 2004
I'm getting as far as this now
Both servers are clustered, got in the m3u on both servers, both listen
urls. But they are still listed as two seperate streams in the yp dir
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Heerema" <Dennis at Heerema.net>
To: <icecast at xiph.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 28, 2004 10:29 AM
Subject: Re: [Icecast] How do I group icecast servers
> Hi oddsock and others,
> Everything is clear about that, but where and how do i specify the
> servername, cannot find it in the docs and a threath about it on the
> (found via google) is not there anymore.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <oddsock at oddsock.org>
> To: <icecast at xiph.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, December 28, 2004 6:24 AM
> Subject: Re: [Icecast] How do I group icecast servers
> > > Hi There,
> > >
> > > Is there a way to group icecast servers, so they are found as one
> > > announcement on the YP directory lists and al servers will give all
> > > servers in there m3u.
> > >
> > > regards,
> > >
> > > Dennis Heerema
> > >
> > There are two different ways to group servers together on the YP.
> > The first is referred to as "server grouping". Streams that have the
> > Server Name and are listed from the same IP are "grouped" together into
> > one logical directory listing. An example of this can be seen here :
> > http://dir.xiph.org/index.php?sgenre=&stype=&search=Wicked
> > In this grouping, there are many streams listed, but all are grouped
> > a single logical listing. Note that each stream can have a separate
> > Server description (Server description is separate from Server name).
> > The second type of grouping is what's called "clustering". Clusters are
> > grouped together in a single actual listing and are meant mostly for
> > listing streams and their relays together in a single physical listing.
> > >From your question, it seems that this is the type you are interested
> > An example of this can be seen here :
> > http://dir.xiph.org/index.php?sgenre=&stype=&search=Ropin
> > In this case, there is only a single listing, but when a listener clicks
> > on the listen link, they are served an m3u containing all clustered
> > servers.
> > In order to "cluster" servers together, you MUST use the cluster
> > feature of Icecast 2.2. This is a mount specific setting and the docs
> > should help you out in figuring out where it goes. All streams with the
> > same cluster password and server name will be clustered together into a
> > single listing. Note that clusters can span across multiple listing IPs
> > (as most relays do).
> > hopefully that clears it up a bit...
> > oddsock
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