I've been getting exactly the same thing with the same kind of messages; I run my feeds from a Windows virtual machine on a Mac Mini, but it doesn't make any difference whether I boot to Windows or run it as a virtual machine. It will run fine for a few days, then start throwing errors like you note below.
I've also tried a straight Windows box (yes, I still have one.... which normally sits in the closet and does nothing) with no success.
Originally Posted by rweinkauf
I'm experiencing something similar with the feed I provide, if I understand your issue. I've been using ScannerCast and ever since the servers being down a few days ago my feed is really choppy, hangs, and cuts out when I monitor it at my workplace.
Tonight I connected up to a more powerful PC and supplied the feed from a machine with more horsepower- same thing.
I also just downloaded and installed RadioFeed as my broadcast software, and the feed is still choppy and hanging. I get better information from RadioFeed, and this is what the status window is showing me:
Source Client Log
07/11/11 20:58:10 - Source Client Connected To A RadioReference Server
07/11/11 20:58:40 - Source Client - RadioReference Timeout
07/11/11 20:58:40 - Source Client Disconnected
07/11/11 20:58:51 - Source Client Connected To A RadioReference Server
07/11/11 20:59:27 - Source Client - RadioReference Timeout
07/11/11 20:59:27 - Source Client Disconnected
07/11/11 20:59:38 - Source Client Started To Connect To A RadioReference Server
07/11/11 20:59:38 - Source Client Connected To A RadioReference Server
This kind of thing is making my feed totally unusable.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Feed behavior hasn't been effected by swapping out a PC or installing alternative broadcast software. The PC has no other apps running, no background streaming or other traffic other than the RadioFeed/ScannerCast function. My network speed is 19.30Mbps download and 2.09Mbps upload running on an N wireless network. That should be enough.
I think I'm up against the wall here and I'm out of ideas.