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Server configuration for video on demand app for 1000 users [duplicate]

We are trying to use cloud servers to provide video on demand service (a much simplified version of Netflix in a single city). The requirements are: maximum of 1500 users with 50%(~800) concurrent ...
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Why "netstat" doesn't show the ip of a server I'm connected to?

I have an audio stream from a Youtube video obtained by youtube-dl -g <URL> (this command outputs two links, for video and audio respectively). They have this form; https://rr1---sn-uqx2-w50l....
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Server with high bandwidth + ftp connection impossible (CENTOS 7 + NGINX)

I have a video streaming server using centos + nginx (1gbps port). When all services are active it is impossible to connect to ftp. There is no bandwidth left for FTP. It prevents me from adding new ...
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Is it secure to install both Nginx and Shoutcast on one server

I want to use one server as a host (Nginx) and a streaming server. Is it secure to install both Nginx and Shoutcast on one server?
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Can I use conditions in NGINX config with RTMP module?

I want to do different actions according to the stream key, like this: application live { if(streamKey = 'stream_key_1') { #action1 push rtmp://xxxxxx1 ...
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Reverse proxying a HLS stream with nginx

I have an upstream HLS stream that I need to proxy to the outside world. The provider doesn't want me to have more than one connection at a time. They basically do not want to deal with infrastructure ...
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different behaviour per filename and backend routing in NGINX

It's few days i'm bouncing my head on this problem but i cannot find a "elegant" solution. I would like to use a NGINX server as streaming origin for some live channel to be distributed ...
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Limit inbound bandwidth on Live Streaming Linux

I'm new about servers and I'm working on a platform to streaming live events to an app and a webpage (The idea is to create a local YouTube on my country, Angola). Talking with my friends he warned me ...
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Streaming audio using switchable sources without killing streaming uplink (Poor Man's Barix Extreamer?)

Okay, so I'm the lone IT staff in a radio station and I've got a headscratcher (for me). We had a pair of PCs streaming our audio (received back from over-the-air, output through a monitor into the ...
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how to stream a console to the network

I have a Linux server running and I would like to stream the first four consoles (TTY1,TTY2,TTY3,TTY4) where I have different tails with with my log-files to the network so I can receive the stream in ...
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Can my ISP detect what YouTube stream quality i play on my device [closed]

I would like to know if there is a way that my ISP can detect the youtube stream quality I use on my device. For Example- When I watch youtube video in 360p resolution and I move to the 1080p ...
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Streaming proxied responses with gzip on nginx

I have an nginx reverse proxy in front of a node.js backend server. In my node app, I am able to stream responses as they become ready, so that the client can start downloading resources referenced in ...
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Best practices for audio streaming [closed]

What are the best practices for reasonably-performant audio streaming user uploaded content on a website? I understand just putting MP3 in a SQL-like database is a bad idea. There are ways to just ...
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How to configure AWS or Google Cloud instance to resolve "DX11 feature level 10.0 is required" error

I'm trying to set up a Cloud server for a streaming service based on this documentation: https://docs.unrealengine.com/en-us/Platforms/PixelStreaming/Hosting I tested with AWS (P2 instance with ...
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What are RTP packets with zero timestamp and no payload?

I have an RTP traffics which some of the packets have zero timestamps and no payloads. Packet is : 10.. .... = Version(2) ..0. .... = Padding(false) ...0 .... = Extension(false) .... 0000 = ...
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nginx cpu consumption for ssl termination with rtmp stream

Here is my nginx config file user nginx; worker_processes auto; error_log /var/log/nginx/error.log error; pid /var/run/nginx.pid; events { worker_connections 1024; } stream { ...
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How to configure FLINK state server ip?

I can't find an configuration item refers to state server ip. I've tried to modify the jobmanager.rpc.address to 0.0.0.0, but I still can't access state server with ip 172.16.150.172 which is my ...
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nginx streaming loadblance

i want to create a loadbalancing system for my streaming server but the problem is that nginx or haproxy both uses proxy and this will make the loadbalance server get overloaded on bandwidth. is there ...
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Hardware requirement for video serving to 1000 concurrent users [duplicate]

Can someone help us, we are looking to roll out a video on demand platform to provide internal staff the ability to view content. we will need to stream to 1000 users, the video files will be 720p ...
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Real Time Streaming Across WAN -> WiFi (No site-to-site or point-to-point)

I am planning out a church campus extension. Ideally, we were bringing in a point-to-point fiber circuit, but this is impossible so I am looking at less ideal solutions now. I am open to any and all ...
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How to turn a script into a daemon? So that upon a random script failure it is restarted by the kernel?

I have a script which streams important logs from another system. Unfortunately the machines are separated by a large distance which means that the connection between them can be poor. How to deal ...
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How to use CDN to accelerate simple video site with PHP dynamic loading video files like Moodle?

I created a site with Moodle, and not very satisfied with the connection speed for video files stored on server. And I know CDN can accelerate the video file loading speed. But I 'm quite new and not ...
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Is there an application in Windows that lets me share only specific sections of my desktop with multiple users? [closed]

I have a software application on my Windows server with UI that I want to serve to multiple users at the same time without giving them access to other resources on the server. Ideally only the ...
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Nginx byte range cache issue with Safari

I'm having some issues with MP4 byte range caching and Apple browsers. I have a cache node that grabs content from a backend node, and caches it, and then serves it to users. This is done using nginx ...
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ffmpeg continue listen port

I'm trying to configure restream server, ffmpeg listen on rtmp://ip:port and output to few stream services(youtube, twitch...etc) the problem is when I stop OBS streaming(using this on local pc) ...
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Server bandwidth is going crazy, after reboot all ok

I have a streaming server with 10gbps card on it. I'm using ~2.5gbps. My server is running perfect for 8-9 hours / day, and after that is going crazy, and everyone is freezing. At exactly the same ...
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OS X network stack ignores IGMP membership queries

We have a remote site where the Macs are not responding to IGMP membership queries, but the Windows boxes do respond. Consequently, after about 10 minutes, the IGMP-aware network switch cuts off the ...
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Hadoop Streaming with Python 3.5: java.lang.RuntimeException: PipeMapRed.waitOutputThreads(): subprocess failed with code 127

I'm trying to run my own mapper and reducer Python scripts using Hadoop Streaming on my cluster built on VMware Workstation VMs. Hadoop version - 2.7, Python - 3.5, OS - CentOS 7.2 on all the VMs. I ...
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storage sizing for serving high bit rate video [duplicate]

I'm looking at deploying a server for high bit rate video streams up to 250 Mbps. There are 8 clients in the network which at any given point may be playing any given stream, so a worst case scenario ...
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Should proxy_buffering be disabled in NGINX to support SockJS XHR Streaming?

I have a "single page" web application which requires bi-directional communication between client and server. The application was originally designed to rely on WebSockets, but has been modified to ...
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Office 365 Skype/Lync: Support for stream multicast or mirroring?

Does Skype for Business / Lync when used via the hosted Office 365 service have the ability to do any stream multicasting or mirroring for group meetings? Background: I’m in a branch office with a ...
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“Proxy” for streaming video [closed]

I am investigating playing live streamed video at an event venue, to a large number of Wifi connected devices. Set up would be: Camera -> PC -> cloud streaming server (like Wowza) -> wifi AP -> ...
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Reverse proxy caching Steam stream

I'm currently using nginx to cache Steam downloads for my local network as detailed by Multiplay. This works great, but Steam has a feature to watch other users games via a stream not unlike Twitch ...
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Server can't reach more than 800mbps

I'm using wowza for streaming video and I've a server on linode (8gbps upload). I had streaming and when the server reaches 800 mbps, approximately, streaming begins to suffer lag and the upload ...
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How to set up an automatic failover reverse proxy for two identical Icecast master servers?

I'm trying to do simple everything double with a reverse proxy in the front high availability for an Icecast master streaming server (i.e. I'm not talking about Icecast relays here). So, three VMs: 2 ...
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configure nginx to autolaunch ffmpeg

I would like ffmpeg to be autolaunched from nginx when it starts and provide a converted dash stream for the users who visit my webserver. Right now I can go to: http://localhost:18080/dash/twitch....
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Serve growing audio file with Apache

I'm trying to play a growing audio file on my website and I don't know how Apache should be configured for this task. I read that I need to send a status code 206 (Partial Content). This is done by ...
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Video Streming server outbound bandwidth and providers [closed]

Imagine the case of Twitter Periscope or Meerkat.The paradigm of their servers is that they recieve video from users and then stream it to a large amount of users (say > 100K for the sake of this ...
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NGINX Serving Large mp4 Files extremely inefficiently

I am currently running nginx/1.0.15 on a Centos 6.6 OS. The server has the following specs: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU C2750 @ 2.40GHz (8 cores) 32GB Ram 5 x 6000 GB 7200 RPM (Raid 10) The Problem The ...
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Send single stream to multiple users

I intend to send a live video stream to multiple users. Currently, I'm using a webrtc gateway(server-side) to relay an incoming stream to multiple recipients, which incurs one stream per recipient, ...
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Auto scale RTMP live streams (NGINX-RTMP)

I am using Nginx-rtmp-module for live streaming. It works perfectly for 40-50 cameras on a single machine (AWS EC2 C3-large). But if i have more than 100 streams, how can I scale my servers to meet ...
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Do i need stream hosting to play videos on my website? [closed]

I am planning to launch a website which contains some videos.Do i definitely need a stream hosting to play those videos on my website?
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Will upgrading to a faster server make my videos load / stream quicker for users? [duplicate]

General question that even a godaddy tech couldn't really answer for me. Im making a website with lots of video on it, most are embedded from youtube. I know, to stream videos, I should upgrade to a ...
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Does nginx allow an upstream server to respond to and close a request before it has finished?

I have an image upload service that nginx proxies requests to. Everything works great. Sometimes though, the server already has the image the user is uploading. So, I want to respond early and ...
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Debian ethernet interface goes down while streaming video

While streaming video FROM a debian box to the rest of a network, I regularly see the ethernet interface go down on this box after a couple hours of streaming and it doesn't come back up until the box ...
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HTML5 media loading sometimes suspends or aborts: misconfigured Apache?

Recently, some code that has been working fine for months started to run unexpectedly. That code is just a media files loading JavaScript function, that uses jQuery. It's pretty long, but in essence ...
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PHP NginX - Output Buffering - Video Streaming

(Since it contains some coding but also it's concerning nginx configuration i think it would be the best to have it in serverfault). I have some Video Files in my Server that are stored in a folder ...
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Configure Windows Firewall Server 2008 to allow access by only selected IP addresses

I have a server running Windows Server 2008 and I need to configure the firewall if possible to only allow access from a few specified IP addresses, any other IP addresses will get rejected unless ...
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Streaming audio/video in a publicly-hosted server increases bandwith usage [closed]

I have a website hosted in a public server (withoud any streaming content) ,using public hosting instead of private because its cheaper. But in public hosting their are limitations when compared to ...
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Streaming Server Network Performance [duplicate]

I have server Linux based on centos 6.5 final 64bit , ram 128 G.B dual E5-2650 processor Hard disk : 4 SSD Hard disk RAID-5 Network Speed 1/Gbps Bandwidth Speed 500/Mbps up to 3/Gbps My Wbebserv ...
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