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More instances streaming port #41

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muten84 opened this Issue May 18, 2016 · 4 comments

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muten84 commented May 18, 2016

When runnning more than one instance on same machine i can't find any way to change the streaming port of the second instance. Is that feature enabled? Can i keep running second instance despite the bind sock error?

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cedricve commented May 19, 2016

Port is fixed in the source code for the moment. I think we'll need to move this setting to the config files; despite that the webinterface only supports one stream.

However you would not be able to run kerberos with the bind errors, I'll fix this in the next release.

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muten84 commented May 20, 2016

Hi thanks for all informations. I really need this feature so i made a patch by myself, passing a StringMap parameter to the startStreamThread method too. After a recompile it's working well, i don't know if you imagined to do same thing in the code. I modified Kerberos.h and Kerberos.cpp files and i used a convenient config param "captures.streamPort". All changes i've done was made locally i didn't fork anything. Waiting for next release.... did you expect to develop a "switch instance" functionality on the web client? Thanks in advance for all.

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cedricve commented May 20, 2016

Hi Luigi

Great, I was planning to do the change myself, but If you would be able to fork the repository and push the changes, that would be great. I can integrate the possibility of multiple streams in the web interface, maybe we can discuss this point?

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muten84 commented May 20, 2016

My two cents :) #43

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