sales at interalab.com
Wed Jul 30 04:25:12 PDT 2008
Thanks for the tip. It turned out to be the Bandwidth control that was
causing some problems with interrupted VOD playback. I never really
understood what the BWControl was all about anyway. I disabled it and
had good results.
Daniel Rossi wrote:
> I believe that function can be found in red5-common.xml, can turn off
> the metadata cache there. I believe steve was suppose to supply a fix
> to the cpu overhead it was suppose to have created especially over
> network drives and put the metadata caching back into memory.
> On 30/07/2008, at 3:36 AM, Sales Department wrote:
>> Does Red5 do any cacheing by default? Like, for meta data about the
>> videos in the streams folder? If so, can it be turned off so that the
>> server reads the meta file every time the video is requested?
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