SAM Broadcaster Bad SQL!
We keep seeing posts on the Spacial Audio Facebook pages and forums from people saying that their queue list table within MySQL has crashed and is corrupted.
Last updated on: November 8th, 2017
at 10:42 AM Europe/London
Changing the Default SQL port for RadioDJ:
When it comes to a SQL server running along side RadioDJ some users have found that their webhosts won’t allow connections to the default SQL port 3306.
If your webhost doesn’t allow MySQL connections on a standard 3306 port then you need to get creative by changing the default SQL port in the SQL server program
We’ve gone with MariaDB.
Last updated on: July 19th, 2017
at 13:51 PM Europe/London
So a user comes onto the RadioDJ forums saying he is having issues working the WordPress plugin.
Then goes onto to say his web host is HostGator.
That is unfortunately where his problem lies. Most of the big hosting companies won’t allow connections on port 3306 (SQL).
Last updated on: September 19th, 2017
at 15:22 PM Europe/London
I keep seeing posts on the Spacial forums from users having headaches with SAM Broadcaster and MySQL.
This is nothing new I’ve written about the SQL structure in SAM Broadcaster being badly written before.
Users are being told they cannot use MySQL 5.6 with SAM Broadcaster and have to use 5.5 instead.
Last updated on: May 31st, 2017
at 13:29 PM Europe/London