[Icecast] Sources can't connect to my server

Thomas B. Ruecker dm8tbr at afthd.tu-darmstadt.de
Mon Jun 22 02:19:51 PDT 2009


Geoff Shang schrieb:
> On Sun, 21 Jun 2009, Thomas B. Ruecker wrote:
>
>   
>> Eric Kolotyluk schrieb:
>>     
>>> [2009-06-17  17:50:07] INFO fserve/fserve.c checking for file
>>> /different.ogg/7.html (./web/different.ogg/7.html)
>>> [2009-06-17  17:50:07] WARN fserve/fserve.c req for file
>>> "./web/different.ogg/7.html" No such file or directory
>>>       
>> That's plain weird. something is asking for
>> http://24.83.23.157:8000/different.ogg/7.html - why would anyone want
>> this? I'll look at it again in the access log.
>>     
>
> Shoutcast has some basic stats available at http://server:port/7.html
>   
Ah I was suspecting something like that.
> Presumably something is assuming that the stream URL is a Shoutcast URL 
> when it isn't.
>   
or it was coded so it just tries to query both kinds of servers that 
way. Which is "impolite" at least.
Wonder if it will break if someone generates that output like you do.

> On a related note, I've had to get Icecast to generate 7.html.  I wrote an 
> XSL template for this, but I've not found a way to have just one for any 
> desired mountpoint, I've had to hard-code the desired mount.
>   
You could achieve this by patching icecast and using the logic that is 
used to generate the XSPF dynamic playlist I presume.

Cheers

Thomas


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