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Streaming error with Red5

Steps to reproduce

Steps to reproduce:
1. Install Red 5 1.0.0 server following docs for trunk
2. start Red5 and MH
3. upload a media, then try to play media

Actual Results:
Media is not played, and getting error message "Error ID:16 stream not found"
Also error on terminal:
[INFO] [pool-8-thread-7] org.red5.server.stream.ProviderService - Exception attempting to lookup file: ServletContext resource /streams/e2fbddd2-b07f-444a-b9a6-c63b77c2d0f3/6d35bbdb-4683-44f0-9709-a1f5836083c4/Andy_Morrison_presentation.flv cannot be resolved to URL because it does not exist.

Streams are created in folders as required:
/red5/webapps/matterhorn/streams
/trunk/work/opencast/streams
and the default workflow (Encode, analyse and distribute) is completed without errors,
but in comparison with v1.3 the .metafiles with keyframe positions are missing.

Expected Results:

Workaround (if any):
The streams folder and not the symlink need to be in the red5 webapps folder - see comments below.

Status

Assignee

Greg Logan

Reporter

Leslaw Zieleznik

Severity

Non Functioning

Tags (folksonomy)

None

Components

Fix versions

Affects versions

1.4.0

Priority

Major