[Icecast] Checking for file /7.html

Yahav Shasha yahav.shasha at gmail.com
Wed May 13 15:00:43 PDT 2015

Its more likely to be some shoutcast player or any kind of script that
request the file, sources don't usually request the status file. Try
looking for the refer at the access log (if icecast logs 404 requests that
is) to determinate the request origin, shouldn't be an hassle.
בתאריך 13 במאי 2015 23:53,‏ "Geoff Shang" <geoff at quitelikely.com> כתב:

> On Wed, 13 May 2015, Geoff Shang wrote:
> > It's showing up because something, probably your source client, is
> looking
> > for it.  Icecast2 is receiving a request for this file and is logging it.
> A thought.  Is this stream being sourced in Shoutcast-compatibility mode?
> If your source can do Icecast2 native streaming, you may want to do this
> and this may go away, depending on your source client.
> Geoff.
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