[icecast] ices2 + pid-file (was: ices2 + stdin + metadata)
thomas at youngarts.org
Tue Feb 3 16:56:05 UTC 2004
Ok, so i have to know the PID of ices to send the update-signal. I've added
this to my ices.xml:
<pidfile>/home/www/bin/ices.pid</pidfile> (directly under the node <ices>)
I thought i've seen this somewhere in the manual.
However, when i start ices, no pid-file is created :-/ Is this the right
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From: "Karl Heyes" <karl at xiph.org>
To: "icecast" <icecast at xiph.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2004 4:35 PM
Subject: Re: [icecast] ices2 + stdin + metadata
<p>> On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 15:05, Thomas Weber wrote:
> > Hi,
> > does anybody know some info about posting metadata to ices2 via stdin?
> > My system is based on a PHP-script wich sends PCM-data from the player
> > (mpg123 or ogg123) over a pipe to ices2. As i understand the
> > metadata is sent as normal clear text within the PCM-data when using
> no it's isn't, metadata is separate from the PCM.
> > I tried the following format:
> > \n
> > artist=foo\n
> > title=bar\n
> > (\n is, of course, a normal unix-linebreak)
> > In this case, the metadata isn't updated.
> > When i write exactly this to a file wich is called as metadata by ices2,
> > works. However, i don't like to use the file but would like to use
> if you're pushing PCM via stdin then use the metadata file. Don't mix
> them in the same stream.
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