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Всем привет, подскажите как сделать точку вешания или резервную точку в IceCast для win32
Mount Specific Settings
<stream-name>My audio stream</stream-name>
<stream-description>My audio description</stream-description>
<option name="filename" value="myauth"/>
<option name="allow_duplicate_users" value="0"/>
This section contains the settings which apply only to a specific mountpoint and applies to an incoming stream whether it is a relay or a source client. The purpose of the mount definition is to state certain information that can override either global/default settings or settings provided from the incoming stream.
A mount does not need to be stated for each incoming source although you may want to specific certain settings like the maximum number of listeners or a mountpoint specific username/password. As a general rule, only define what you need to but each mount definition needs at least the mount-name. Changes to most of these will apply across a configuration file re-read even on active streams, however some only apply when the stream starts or ends.
The name of the mount point for which these settings apply.
An optional value which will set the username that a source must use to connect using this mountpoint.
An optional value which will set the password that a source must use to connect using this mountpoint.
An optional value which will set the maximum number of listeners that can be attached to this mountpoint.
An optional value which will set the length of time a listener will stay connected to the stream. An auth component may override this.
An optional value which will set the filename which will be a dump of the stream coming through on this mountpoint.
An optional value which will specify the file those contents will be sent to new listeners when they connect but before the normal stream is sent. Make sure the format of the file specified matches the streaming format. The specified file is appended to webroot before being opened.
This optional value specifies a mountpoint that clients are automatically moved to if the source shuts down or is not streaming at the time a listener connects. Only one can be listed in each mount and should refer to another mountpoint on the same server that is streaming in the same streaming format.
If clients cannot fallback to another mountpoint, due to a missing fallback-mount or it states a mountpoint that is just not available, then those clients will be disconnected. If clients are falling back to a mountpoint and the fallback-mount is not actively streaming but defines a fallback-mount itself then those clients may be moved there instead. This multi-level fallback allows clients to cascade several mountpoints.
A fallback mount can also state a file that is located in webroot. This is useful for playing a pre-recorded file in the case of a stream going down. It will repeat until either the listener disconnects or a stream comes back available and takes the listeners back. As per usual, the file format should match the stream format, failing to do so may cause problems with playback.
Note that the fallback file is not timed so be careful if you intend to relay this. They are fine on slave streams but don't use them on master streams, if you do then the relay will consume stream data at a faster rate and the listeners on the relay would eventually get kicked off.
When enabled, this allows a connecting source client or relay on this mountpoint to move listening clients back from the fallback mount.
When set to 1, this will cause new listeners, when the max listener count for the mountpoint has been reached, to move to the fallback mount if there is one specified.
Setting this option prevents this mountpoint from advertising on YP. The default is 0 so YP advertising can occur however you may want to prevent it here if you intend listeners to connect to a local relay instead. Deprecated option, replaced by <public>
For non-Ogg streams like MP3, the metadata that is inserted into the stream often has no defined character set. We have traditionally assumed UTF8 as it allows for multiple language sets on the web pages and stream directory, however many source clients for MP3 type streams have assumed Latin1 (ISO 8859-1) or leave it to whatever character set is in use on the source client system.
This character mismatch has been known to cause a problem as the stats engine and stream directory servers want UTF8 so now we assume Latin1 for non-Ogg streams (to handle the common case) but you can specify an alternative character set with this option.
The source clients can also specify a charset= parameter to the metadata update URL if they so wish.
The default setting for this is -1 indicating that it is up to the source client or relay to determine if this mountpoint should advertise. A setting of 0 will prevent any advertising and a setting of 1 will force it to advertise. If you do force advertising you may need to set other settings listed below as the YP server can refuse to advertise if there is not enough information provided.
Setting this will add the specified name to the stats (and therefore YP) for this mountpoint even if the source client/relay provide one.
Setting this will add the specified description to the stats (and therefore YP) for this mountpoint even if the source client/relay provide one.
Setting this will add the specified URL to the stats (and therefore YP) for this mountpoint even if the source client/relay provide one. The URL is generally for directing people to a website.
Setting this will add the specified genre to the stats (and therefore YP) for this mountpoint even if the source client/relay provide one. This can be anything be using certain key words can help searches in the YP directories.
Setting this will add the specified bitrate to the stats (and therefore YP) for this mountpoint even if the source client/relay provide one. This is stated in kbps.
Setting this will add the specified mime type to the stats (and therefore YP) for this mountpoint even if the source client/relay provide one. It is very unlikely that this will be needed.
Setting this will add the specified subtype to the stats (and therefore YP) for this mountpoint. The subtype is really to help the YP server to identify the components of the type. An example setting is vorbis/theora do indicate the codecs in an Ogg stream
This optional setting allows for providing a burst size which overrides the default burst size as defined in limits. The value is in bytes.
This optional setting specifies what interval, in bytes, there is between metadata updates within shoutcast compatible streams. This only applies to new listeners connecting on this mountpoint, not existing listeners falling back to this mountpoint. The default is either the hardcoded server default or the value passed from a relay.
Enable this to prevent this mount from being shown on the xsl pages. This is mainly for cases where a local relay is configured and you do not want the source of the local relay to be shown
This specifies that the named mount point will require listener authentication. Currently, we only support a file-based authentication scheme (type=htpasswd). Users and encrypted password are placed in this file (separated by a : ) and all requests for this mountpoint will require that a user and password be supplied for authentication purposes. These values are passed in via normal HTTP Basic Authentication means (i.e. http://user:password@stream:port/mountpoint.ogg). Users and Passwords are maintained via the web admin interface. A mountpoint configured with an authenticator will display a red key next to the mount point name on the admin screens. You can read more about listener authentication here.
State a program that is run when the source is started. 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. This option is not available on win32
State a program that is run when the source ends. It is passed a parameter which is the name of the mountpoint that has ended. The processing of the stream does not wait for the script to end. This option is not available on win32
резерв не работает ((
Покажите ваш конфиг
эт снова я).
тут та-же проблема возникла.вернее вопрос. этот фулбак на винде работает? битреит на точках одинаков.
<relay> <server>106.vladivostok.fm</server> <port>7777</port> <mount>/15455_default</mount> <local-mount>/Vladivostok_FM</local-mount> <fallback-mount>/Vladivostok_FM_2</fallback-mount> <fallback-override>1</fallback-override> <on-demand>1</on-demand> <relay-shoutcast-metadata>1</relay-shoutcast-metadata> <max-listeners>20</max-listeners> </relay> <relay> <server>22.214.171.124</server> <port>8000</port> <mount>/vfm1064_128k</mount> <local-mount>/Vladivostok_FM_2</local-mount> <on-demand>1</on-demand> <relay-shoutcast-metadata>1</relay-shoutcast-metadata> <max-listeners>20</max-listeners> </relay>
Отредактировано aleksei123 (30-08-2013 12:53:17)