[Icecast] Standard method to read current listeners without user/password

Ross Levis ross at stationplaylist.com
Thu May 12 19:40:09 PDT 2011


I see, so basically look for this in the html data and scrape it.

 

<td>Current Listeners:</td>

<td class="streamdata">3</td>

 

Has this format not changed since Icecast2 was released?

 

Ross.

From: icecast-bounces at xiph.org [mailto:icecast-bounces at xiph.org] On Behalf
Of josh at thepruitts.org
Sent: Friday, 13 May 2011 1:56 PM
To: icecast at xiph.org
Subject: Re: [Icecast] Standard method to read current listeners without
user/password

 

There is a file /status.xsl that contains all the status information for
your server.

For example, mine:  http://radio.foxcub.net:8000/status.xsl

You can either parse it with your favorite x?l parsing library or scrape it
for listener info.

You can see an example of this in action at my page:
http://radio.foxcub.net

It shows number of listeners and song playing.

Josh

On 05/12/2011 05:48 PM, Ross Levis wrote: 

Is there a standard method to read the current number of listeners from an
icecast2 server without knowing the admin user/password?

 

We produce radio broadcasting/streaming software for Windows which can show
the current number of listeners.  Many Icecast hosting companies won't
provide the admin password as they have lots of other customers using the
same server, so the software doesn't have access to the stats.xml.

 

I'm guessing there isn't any other built-in method, in which case we would
have to suggest the customer switches to a Shoutcast server which is
disappointing.

 

Regards,

Ross.

 
 
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