[Red5] Choppy video due to small server?
electroteque at gmail.com
Sat Oct 18 16:11:25 PDT 2008
Maybe we should add system requirements to the FAQ aswell as the
reference manual. So lowest possible for budget setups that can do the
job ok and recommended. Ie high traffic with 3 P4 3Ghz clustered
servers is not ok.
On 19/10/2008, at 9:34 AM, abshirf2 wrote:
> Hey Daniel,
> Thanks for that info :), is there also some official requirements
> from the
> Red5 team?
> If I playback the video I recorded on the server on my machine
> it's still choppy, so I think the problem occurs at the time of
> which is likely to be the low amount of RAM that I am using. These
> videos only occur once in a while like 1 in every 10 videos. So Red5
> brilliant 90% of the time on low RAM! :P
> Daniel Rossi wrote:
>> I reckon for a production machine with some reasonable traffic no
>> than 1GB :) However it's cpu dependent also for big big traffic no
>> less than a XEON or Opteron which is what FMS recommends anyway for
>> smaller traffic a duo core or pentiumD is ok.
>> Is the video rebuffering which i'm guessing is the case, maybe there
>> is bandwidth restrictions set, if the resources look ok my bet its
>> something on the network. however in our case rebuffering was caused
>> because of issues on the network storage at the time as the video
>> couldn't be pushed out of the servers quickly enough which is now
>> fixed with some hardcore 10GB/s isolon shared storage cluster.
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