Differences between start and start_console configuration

Differences between start and start_console configuration

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mvandani asked 5 years ago
I am able to stream video through EMS 2.0 when running “service evostreamms start_console” but not when using “service evostreamms start”. I’ve confirmed that evostreamms is in fact starting and running when using “start”. Is there a difference between how start and start_console work that might explain this?





3 Answers
erika Staff answered 5 years ago
Hi mvandani, The difference between “start_console” and “start” is that a console will appear with logs using “start_console”.  May I ask how many cpu(s)you are using? You can check by sending “lscpu” command in terminal.   Thank you!
mvandani answered 5 years ago
Thanks, Erika. The machine has 12 CPUs.
mvandani answered 5 years ago
Evostream support helped me with this outside of the forums. I’m posting the resolution here in case others run into this. “start_console” enables clustering but “start” does not. To fix this, I edited my config.lua to have these entries instead of the defaults entries for ports 1935, 1936, and 1113:
-- RTMP and clustering
{
        ip="0.0.0.0",
        port=1935,
        protocol="inboundRtmp",
        clustering=true
},
{
        ip="127.0.0.1",
        port=1936,
        protocol="inboundRtmp"
},
{
        ip="127.0.0.1",
        port=1113,
        protocol="inboundBinVariant"
},

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