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Thread: Are HTTP outputs fragments stored in RAM in a live streaming situation ?

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    Default Are HTTP outputs fragments stored in RAM in a live streaming situation ?

    Just curious: are the HTTP packetized data (cupertino, sanjose, smooth) stored in RAM or on disk ? If on disk, does it expire or have a quota settable ?

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    Florent

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    Florent,

    They are not stored to disk, in memory only.

    Richard

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    Okay, what's the amount of buffered data ? Is it related to some global buffer, or until a fragment has not been requested for some user-defineable expiration time ? What happens in case of memory exhaustion ?

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    Thanks !

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