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    Question Request timeout question

    Hi everyone,

    I'm currently working on an application that takes a Live RTSP stream and publishes it as a LiveSmoothStreaming endpoint.
    Everything works fine until the source terminates the stream and causes all connected clients hang and to time-out after 12 seconds. I currently get a "HTTPStreamerAdapterSmoothStreamer.service: Request timeout: 12000" and it looks like this is what is preventing the clients from effectively terminating on time.

    My question is if there lower this time-out value to a more manageable value?


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    Hello there,

    I believe you can change them on a per-application basis by adding the following properties to HTTPStreamer/Properties:
    Please see this forum post for more details.

    I hope this helps.


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