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Thread: make LiveStreamRecord on EC2 and store to S3

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    Default make LiveStreamRecord on EC2 and store to S3


    To support recording of livestreams, put this on an S3 volume then playback the recording like the vods3 application (i.e. speed up by MediaCache), How to configure it?


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    May 2013


    You can utilize s3fs and integrate your workflow that way. Check out the following:

    How to use the FUSE-based file system backed by Amazon S3

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    Thank your comments, I read that before the first post, but it said that shouldn't be streamed from s3fs directly, that's why I hope get some hits here. I know vods3 has some special design so that it can improve the read performance, How can I do the same thing in my own application?

    Last edited by spiritsoul; 07-21-2013 at 05:49 PM.

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