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Log out during streaming

During streaming, you are logout and the stream is stopped.

Have you had an experience like this? Help.

Also, on the centos8 version, does the Wowza streaming engine run fine without any problems?

May it not work properly due to firewall, security, etc.?

Server spec :

-memory : 3.4GIB

-cpu : Intel Core i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz * 8

-graphic : llvmpipe(LLVM 8.0, 256bits)

-gnome : version 3.32.2


Can you please share what version of Streaming Engine you are using?

We made several changes in both 4.8.0 and the most recent 4.8.5 in regards to these areas :

changes in 4.8.5

changes in 4.8.0

We strongly encourage you to submit a support ticket so we take a look at your config or if you need updating to the latest version with some of the breaking changes in 4.8.0 that will impact 4.8.5.

Thank you for answer.
Streaming version is 4.8.5.
Logout and streaming interruption were not related. It was cut off due to HLS structural problems.
It was #EXT-X-ALLOW-CACHE:YES in a live broadcast. If it is set to YES, is there a frequent disconnection?

In addition, I want to receive rtsp/rtmp -> hls but I don’t know how.
1.Register to Stream Files: / rtsp://account:password@ip:port/~.smp
2.Connect a Stream File to MediaCaster Type: rtp
3. Player: http://ip:1935/live/
Can you help me?
Thank you

Thank you for answer. 
Streaming version 4.8.5 
It was found to be independent of logout due to network problems. 
I have a different question, but I'm going to register a new post because the content is different.

Ok let me look into any issues with #EXT-X-ALLOW- CACHE set to yes.

If you click on the link above, you will see that tag is no longer used by Apple. There have been quite a few changes in the past year with Apple and we try to stay up to date. I’ll have a note added to our current doc for this tag. We had stated in this doc that for vod having it set to yes was ok, but for live, it could cause the player to run old chunks. But, now it appears that this tag is no longer used at all.