Originally Posted by Turbanator
Thank ou very much for the reply. If I may ask, what distro are you running? This is for my personal server/sites so I have no problem with "sharing" and installs.
My only real concern is hardware requirements during the live streaming, I want to make sure my other sites don't suffer while the red5 is doing it's thing.
I'm using Fedora 11. So far I only have it running on my own VMWARE image (1GB ram Athlon XP site).
Install wise, There is nothing special really. I have only followed the install for the software I'm using (I'm using openmeetings http://code.google.com/p/openmeetings/
). It comes with it's own red5 application, Just need to update a few config files, add it as a service and you are set.
I am also worried about hardware requirements and I will not be sure 'till I get my trial system up and running (couple of months from now). I can tell you that it was almost non existant on my system with 5-10 users connected to the conference system.
I have an issue with red5 though. That is to monitor the bandwith used for streaming (as it is not logged on the web logs). I have checked real-time stats and was not using much (at least for my application) but I am still concerned about bigger usage