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kmaid
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RTB crashing

Post by kmaid » Fri Dec 22, 2006 8:49 pm

Hiya, I have seen this problem occur for other people and its happining to me aswell. I have RTB and my shoutcast server running on a VPS operating on Windows Server 2003 64 bit. Every 10-30 mins the program dies silently the icon in the tray just disapering when you hover your mouse over it. The log files show nothing unusual but i would be happy to post if it would help. I'm happy to post any infomation to help solve the bug. Would it be possible in the mean time to get a copy of your older program and see if that solves the problem?

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kmaid

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Winamps not installed and when i double click the server on the main viewer it comes up with a perl error which i assume is another bug.

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Post by kmaid » Fri Dec 22, 2006 10:22 pm

Noticed somthing odd, The error only seems to happen when the programs hidden in the tray. Im not 100% sure on that though it could just be an abnormaly long timebetween crashes. The other thing thats diffrent is that i have been logged onto the terminal the whole time. Ill leave the program unminimised till i wake up and post again.

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Post by Jay » Sat Dec 23, 2006 1:10 am

Radio Toolbox has never been compiled or tested to run in a 64bit environment. I suspect that is the problem. Also your perl error is because the PLS format is assigned to the perl application. You need to go to general options and set ASX or M3U as your listen format to have windows media open instead.
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Post by kmaid » Sat Dec 23, 2006 8:21 am

I would assume that the program just retrives the data on 7.html and processes it, A 64bit should not alter any of that. The error happened again while i was asleep so its nothing to do with being mininmised in tray or not. If i had the time i would code somthing simmilar x.x

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Post by kmaid » Sat Dec 23, 2006 9:42 am

Mehhhh, I ran it on my home system which is windows xp SP1 32bit and it crashed again >.>. Such a pain because this program does exactly what i need. Does anyone know an alternitive program to monitor shoutcast server bandwith?

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Post by Jay » Mon Dec 25, 2006 2:36 am

You can private message me your server list and I will test it here. I run it for weeks without any issue. Also, no, it doesn't parse 7.html as earlier versions of SHOUTcast lacked some information it needed.
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Post by kmaid » Tue Dec 26, 2006 7:13 pm

erm, I have decided it wouldnt be a good idea to do it as im running a small stream hosting facility and all the passwords are in plain view of my managing program. Is there some diagnostic tests i could run?

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