[icecast] Q: Client connection time limits.

Michael Smith msmith at xiph.org
Fri Mar 5 03:01:04 UTC 2004

On Friday 05 March 2004 13:51, Dale Ghent wrote:
> I have a working patch to the icecast 2.0.0 source which implements
> time limits in the form of a <client-time-limit> element in the server
> conf file.
> The time limit is set in seconds, with 0 seconds meaning there is no
> time limit, and is also the default, obviously.
> This is a global config directive, ie it effects all clients connected
> to all mount points. Should I also add a mount-specific one? What
> should I call it?

client-time-limit is fine as a name for the option. And yes - you should add a 
mount-specific version of this option - this is a good example of the sort of 
thing where mount-specific options make a lot of sense.

> I can submit the patch to oddsock and crew if they're interested in
> using it.

We're always happy to look at patches (whether we'll actually accept it, of 
course, depends on things like "is this a good idea", and "is the code of 
reasonable quality"). Please send your patch (when complete) to the 
icecast-dev mailing list.


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