[Icecast] Load balancing Icecast - aggregated logs

Michel van Dop mvandop at xs4all.nl
Tue Jan 14 19:32:31 UTC 2020

We use a dns failover solution include roundrobin. Its not super fast but in 120 seconds the solution work. So thats a good backup solution for the most radio stations.
Have anyone on php load balancing solution working on a webserver?

 Best regards,

> Op 14 jan. 2020 om 19:45 heeft Alex Hackney <me at alexhackney.com> het volgende geschreven:
> You could use AWS Route 53 to do the load balancing or a server side script to do it. Route 53 could be done in no time and works well for us.
>> On Tue, Jan 14, 2020, 11:36 Chip <chiapas at aktivix.org> wrote:
>> Many thanks for this Philipp.
>>> On Mon, 13 Jan 2020 at 14:01, Philipp Schafft <phschafft at de.loewenfelsen.net> wrote:
>>> I would recommend against that. It just adds another single point of
>>> failure. Most software I know for that kind of analysis can in fact read
>>> multiple files anyway. (e.g. some wants to import the data into it's own
>>> database first, other just want to support log rotation.) So it depends
>>> on what software you want to use. Maybe it can already read multiple log
>>> files.
>> May I ask which applications do you know of that can aggregate and interpret Icecast log files from multiple servers in this way?
>> Free and open source solutions, of course, are good but I need not be restricted to those in this regard.
>> With many thanks and best regards
>> Chip Scooter
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