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    Post Error at http://ip:8086/connectioncounts?flat

    Reading stats at wowza http://ip:8086/connectioncounts?flat

    I found

    Stream vhostName="_defaultVHost_" applicationName="live" appInstanceName="_definst_" streamName="r1.stream" sessionsFlash="1" sessionsCupertino="0" sessionsSanJose="0" sessionsSmooth="0" sessionsRTSP="0" sessionsTotal="1"/>
    <Stream vhostName="_defaultVHost_" applicationName="live" appInstanceName="_definst_" streamName="r2.stream" sessionsFlash="0" sessionsCupertino="0" sessionsSanJose="0" sessionsSmooth="0" sessionsRTSP="0" sessionsTotal="0"/>
    <Stream vhostName="_defaultVHost_" applicationName="live" appInstanceName="_definst_" streamName="r3.stream" sessionsFlash="0" sessionsCupertino="0" sessionsSanJose="0" sessionsSmooth="0" sessionsRTSP="0" sessionsTotal="0"/>
    <Stream vhostName="_defaultVHost_" applicationName="live" appInstanceName="_definst_" streamName="r4.stream" sessionsFlash="206" sessionsCupertino="0" sessionsSanJose="0" sessionsSmooth="0" sessionsRTSP="0" sessionsTotal="206"/>
    <Stream vhostName="_defaultVHost_" applicationName="live" appInstanceName="_definst_" streamName="r5.stream" sessionsFlash="0" sessionsCupertino="0" sessionsSanJose="0" sessionsSmooth="0" sessionsRTSP="0"

    Well problem is:

    r4.stream was active until March
    April 1th; Server was reinstalled and Wowza aswell

    r4.stream was not configurated at any instance ( /content never had r4.stream)

    So, Why r4.stream appears at http://ip:8086/connectioncounts?flat

    Thanks in advance for your help

    Ed

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    "Server was reinstalled and Wowza aswell"

    Either you have some data left over from a previous installation, you're connecting to the wrong instance, or maybe clients are still trying to connect to that stream name. Check the output of netstat and count the connections.

    If there is a router involved, it could be forwarding to the wrong internal IP.

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    Thanks for your reply Randal

    OS at server was reinstalled and I used lastest Wowza version , diferent that before.

    SO, At server, doesnt exist refference to r4.stream

    r4.stream was created becase was a service provided to a customer.

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    Check /conf/StartUpStreams.xml, or other custom ServerListenter perhaps or Module that is starting that stream

    Richard

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