[Icecast] CONNECTION STATS
chiapas at aktivix.org
Mon Feb 14 13:24:44 UTC 2022
Under your mountpoint settings you can state a program that is run when the
source is started/stopped.
It is passed a parameter which is the name of the mountpoint that is
starting. The processing of the stream does not wait for the script to end.
The /home/icecast/bin/source-start file could be:
/bin/echo "Stream - Start: " $(date) >> var/log/encoder.log
And the /home/icecast/bin/source-stop file could be:
/bin/echo "Stream - Stop : " $(date) >> var/log/encoder.log
Use appropriate pathnames for your set up.
And then you might end up with an encoder.log file that looks a little like
Stream - Stop : Wed Dec 1 10:20:49 GMT 2021
Stream - Start: Wed Dec 1 10:21:43 GMT 2021
Stream - Stop : Thu Dec 23 04:59:13 GMT 2021
Stream - Start: Thu Dec 23 04:59:21 GMT 2021
Stream - Stop : Fri Feb 4 06:28:39 GMT 2022
Stream - Start: Fri Feb 4 06:28:48 GMT 2022
That will show you when an encoder has connected/disconnected.
Hope that helps
On Mon, 14 Feb 2022 at 12:29, Richard Bartholomew <rlbart53 at gmail.com>
> Is there a way, please, of being able to see historical connection details
> in V2.4.4? For example, I wish to be able to see when a presenter
> disconnected from the server and the following one connected in order to be
> able to troubleshoot a problem. Since the incident, there have been
> subsequent connections and, so, the admin page doesn't show the info I'm
> after as it shows the current status.
> I've had a look through the access.log file but this doesn't seem to
> detail when a streaming connection is made or dropped. The software being
> used for streaming is Station Playlist and I can see lots of entries for
> this but it all seems to be related to getting listener stats!
> Maybe I'm not interpreting the access.log correctly but if anyone can shed
> any light upon what I'm trying to do, I'd really appreciate it.
> Thanks for any help.
> Richard Bartholomew
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> Icecast at xiph.org
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