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"highResourceUsage" error on test pages


Michele Castelletti
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Hi Michele,

Hope you are doing good.

Let me know your use case.

How do you publish your stream? Is adaptive streaming enabled?
Also which Instance type are you using? I mean what is your local hardware configuration?

 

 

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Yash

 

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Hi Yash,

I was using the very simple stream you have as a test at https://<my domain>:5443/WebRTCAppEE/index.html, I kept that stream active for a few hours.
Adaptive streaming is NOT enabled, IDK if it matters, but we have both VP8 & VP9 enabled.

I can't really answer about the hardware configuration as I don't know it and don't even know how to retrieve that, but we just created a Digital Ocean server with very basic configuration and didn't change anything that wasn't required during the installation of the server itself.

Attachment has our enabled settings

 

 

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Dear Michele,

Could you please let me know that which instance type you have selected on Digital Ocean. I suggest you to use at least 4 CPU core instance with 8GB RAM as it can handle 200 viewers and 50 broadcasts at a time. The best choice is CPU-Optimized Dedicated CPU machines because we will do lots of video encoding in a media server.

 

Regards,

Yash

 

 

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We have been facing the same issue for the past two weeks and even after updating to a version suggested, problem persists.

 

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On Jul 8, 2021, at 6:56 AM, Fabio Rosenthal Ginzel <fabio.ginzel@pandora.com.br> wrote:

 

After a few days of use my instance always exceeds 80% of use, even without anyone using

I'm restarting the antmedia service every night so that doesn't happen

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Hi All,

We have investigated this issue deeply with our tech team. We have detected that this issue was related to OpenSSL. We are also supporting JSSE SSL. Please follow below guidance:

 

sudo service antmedia stop

sudo rm -rf /usr/local/antmedia/lib/native*/libtcnative-1.so* #Or move any other location

sudo service antmedia restart

 

You should see "2021-07-11 10:58:09,146 [https-jsse-nio2-0.0.0.0-5443-exec-3] INFO  i.a.e.s.WebSocketLocalHandler - Web Socket opened" logs when you opened any websocket connection.

 

Best Regards,

Selim

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