[icecast] dumpfile with libshout2/icecast2
andy at benow.ca
Tue Mar 9 15:59:59 PST 2004
Thanks for the reply, Mike.
Is there currently any way to accomplish the same thing (ie, recording
of a dumpfile for a mount for a given duration) with icecast2 as it
stands? Perhaps through the admin interface, or via a config change and
reload? I'm surprised this feature has not been more requested, it
would certainly be welcome here.
If not, no biggie, I could just use a local gstreamer process to record.
<p>On Tue, 2004-03-09 at 16:48, Michael Smith wrote:
> On Wednesday 10 March 2004 06:56, Andrew Taylor wrote:
> > Heyas,
> > I'm trying to get setDumpfile working with the java libshout bindings.
> > I am calling shout_set_dumpfile(shout,char*) after specifying the port,
> > host, mount and password, yet, the dumpfile is not created on the server
> > side. To be more specific, I'm trying this:
> > bin/streamAdmin -d /tmp/test.mp3 -h streams.benow.ca -p 80 -P pass -m
> > /benow
> > which sets the dumpfile to be /tmp/test.mp3 for the /benow stream, which
> > completes with no errors, but /tmp/test.mp3 is not created. What I am
> > hoping to accomplish is to cron On and Off times for show archiving. Is
> > per mount libshout2 initiated dumpfile recording tested on icecast2,
> > and, if so, any pointers? Also, to stop dumpfile recording, does one
> > pass in a NULL to shout_set_dumpfile?
> I suspect this source-initiated dumpfile stuff is for icecast 1.x.
> Certainly, it is not (and will never be) implemented in icecast 2. It can be
> configured server-side.
> I doubt there's a way to stop dumpfile recording with icecast 1.x.
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