[Icecast] Server kicking clients off

Brad Isbell brad at musatcha.com
Thu Apr 27 03:10:34 UTC 2017


Simply use VLC and put it on repeat.  If a connection is lost during
playback, it will reconnect and pick up in the current live position, like
you have suggested, without stopping.  If it cannot reconnect after 3
times, it goes to the next playlist item.  If the playlist is on repeat, it
runs indefinitely.

Brad Isbell
brad at musatcha.com
http://www.musatcha.com

On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 1:58 PM, Jack Elliott <thatjackelliott at kpov.org>
wrote:

> It's behaving as it is meant to: if a listen client gets too far behind,
> Icecast2 server is kicking them off.
>
> error.log says,
>
> "INFO source/source.c Client 120 (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) has fallen too far
> behind, removing"
>
> I don't see a setting in icecast.xml that sets the value for "too far
> behind". I'm guessing it's related to <queue-size>.
>
> I wish Icecast could dump the buffer and bring the listen-client back up
> to date instead of dumping the client. The reason being that when network
> congestion causes Icecast to kick my listen-client off, the client
> application just gives up. And this is a listen-client I'd like to have
> running 24/7 so I can monitor the station's backroom server when we are
> doing all-day music remotes.
>
> I haven't found a media/url player that attempts re-connect when kicked
> off. At least under Linux. On Windows a player called AIMP3 works great: if
> it is disconnected from the server, it tries to reconnect. Over and over
> and over. I like that behavior.
>
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