[Icecast] IceCast 2.2 MP3 stream and Real Player noise

Ricardo Meechan r.meechan at wgltd.com
Thu Jul 14 05:19:34 PDT 2005


Excellent, all is up and running,
Relay on demand is what its all about, my fav feature nodoubt!

I now have one more (hopefully simple) question and that is
clustering...
I have 2 servers running and they seem to be listing 4 different streams
(not grouped nor clustered)

How do I get them clustered? 
After this I wont annoy you guys (hopefully ;-) ) anymore so thanks for
your help!



 

-----Original Message-----
From: icecast-bounces at xiph.org [mailto:icecast-bounces at xiph.org] On
Behalf Of oddsock
Sent: 14 July 2005 3:28 AM
To: icecast at xiph.org
Subject: RE: [Icecast] IceCast 2.2 MP3 stream and Real Player noise

the crashes were caused by libxml2.  Apparently, in their infinite
wisdom, the libxml2 team decided to stop distributing VC project files,
so actually building a somewhat recent libxml2 has become an
artform...My error was in using some pre-built binaries... Anyone whose
done VC development can probably vouch for me, using prebuilt binary
forms of libraries, is well...tricky...to say the least..  Anyway, I've
gone back to using the older versions of libxml2 that the main trunk of
icecast uses, and all is now better.  Sorry about the trouble.. The new
icecast-kh binary can be found here : 
http://www.oddsock.org/icecast/icecast2_win32_kh_trunk_07132005_setup.ex
e

oddsock
At 08:21 PM 7/13/2005, you wrote:
>Thanks for the reply Karl,
>Both /admin/ and /admin/stats.xsl cause it to crash, I tried the alias
>aswel, always a crash
>Both the boxes have different icecast configs, one is custom and the
>other is the default.
>
>
>I have kh12d running on a fedora box and has been up since Thu, 07 Jul
>2005 23:55:05 +0100
>Its just a pity that my colocated box is a windows box :(
>
>
>Regards.
>rico
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Karl Heyes [mailto:karl at xiph.org]
>Sent: 14 July 2005 2:15 AM
>To: Ricardo Meechan
>Cc: icecast
>Subject: RE: [Icecast] IceCast 2.2 MP3 stream and Real Player noise
>
>On Wed, 2005-07-13 at 23:54, Ricardo Meechan wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Many thanks for the build,
> > I gave up trying to compile using vs.net! ;-)
>
>it will be possible, but I don't know what vs.net needs
>
> > However,
> > When trying to access the admin page it the server will crash... Ive
> > tried this on 2 machines and both crash when trying to access
/admin/
> >
> > Is anyone else getting this?
>
>There is a quirk that came about due to some changes to the admin
>interface, the /admin/ link ended up returning the xml stats instead of
>the stats.xsl, but a crash is not something that occurs here on linux,
>so I'll need to look at a win32 build.
>
>in the meantime use /admin/stats.xsl or create an alias for it in the
>xml, either of those should work.
>
>karl.
>
>
>
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