[Icecast] CONNECTION STATS
rlbart53 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 14 16:06:01 UTC 2022
Thank you, Chip...excellent, I didn't realise I could run a script for a mount point.
From: Icecast <icecast-bounces at xiph.org> On Behalf Of Chip
Sent: 14 February 2022 13:25
To: Icecast streaming server user discussions <icecast at xiph.org>
Subject: Re: [Icecast] CONNECTION STATS
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 this:
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 <mailto:rlbart53 at gmail.com> > wrote:
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.
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