Runtime: Open RTSP session to MediaSense failed with timeout

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When RTSP client try to open RTSP session to MediaSense open failed with timeout.
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== MediaSense server is unable to keep up with incoming recordings  ==
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This problem happens when the total number of media streams (recording, playback and live monitoring) exceeds 340 streams.
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{| border="1"
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! '''Problem Summary'''
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| Open RTSP session to MediaSense failed with timeout.
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! '''Error Message'''
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| Timeout on TCP socket.
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! '''Possible Cause'''
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| The total number of media streams (recording, playback and live monitoring) exceeds 340 streams.
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! '''Recommended Action'''
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| Verify that total number of media streams (recording, playback and live monitoring) is less than 340. Decrease the total number of media streams if necessary.
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! '''Release'''
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| Release 8.5(1), Release 8.5(2), and Release 8.5(3).
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! '''Associated CDETS #'''
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| CSCto60804.
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|}
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[[Category:Cisco_MediaSense,_Release_8.5]]

Latest revision as of 20:19, 8 October 2011

MediaSense server is unable to keep up with incoming recordings

Problem Summary Open RTSP session to MediaSense failed with timeout.
Error Message Timeout on TCP socket.
Possible Cause The total number of media streams (recording, playback and live monitoring) exceeds 340 streams.
Recommended Action Verify that total number of media streams (recording, playback and live monitoring) is less than 340. Decrease the total number of media streams if necessary.
Release Release 8.5(1), Release 8.5(2), and Release 8.5(3).
Associated CDETS # CSCto60804.

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