MediaCP Manual
    1. Getting Started
    2. Sales Questions
    3. Frequently Asked Questions
    4. Transcoder System Benchmarks
    5. Start your own streaming platform
    1. Change account currency
    2. Product Licensing
    1. Introduction
    2. Installation & Upgrade
      1. System Requirements
      2. Versions & Releases
      3. Installation
      4. Upgrading
      5. Streaming Servers
        1. Nginx-Rtmp Video Server
        2. Wowza Streaming Engine
        3. Flussonic Media Server
        4. Video Feature Comparison
        5. Icecast 2 / Icecast KH
      6. SSL Certificates
    3. Billing Integration
      1. WHMCS Integration Guide
      2. Clientexec Integration Guide
      3. Blesta Integration Guide
      4. WiseCP Integration Guide
    4. Migrate from other software
      1. Migrate From Centovacast
      2. Migrate From AzuraCast
    5. Backup & Restoration
      1. Backup MediaCP
      2. Restore MediaCP
      3. Transfer to another server
    6. Administration
      1. Custom Facebook App
      2. Custom Language Translations
      3. Custom Web Service Configurations
      4. Reset Admin Password
      5. Port 80 / 443 Proxy
      6. MediaCP System Commands
      7. Change MediaCP domain name
      8. Move media to another hard disk
      9. Secure your server
      10. Troubleshooting Login Errors
      11. Admin Tools
    7. Scaling
      1. Scale with Wowza and CloudFront CDN
      2. Nginx-Rtmp with CloudFront CDN
    8. Troubleshooting
      1. Grant access to support team
      2. Troubleshooting Wowza Streaming Engine
      3. FTP Troubleshooting
      4. MySQL Database Troubleshooting
      5. Reporting Troubleshooting
      6. Troubleshooting Liquidsoap AutoDJ
      7. Video Relay Troubleshooting
    1. Introduction
    2. Administrators Dashboard
    3. System Configuration
      1. General
      2. Services
      3. Video Players
      4. Albums
      5. Email
      6. Plugins
      7. Statistics
      8. Backups
      9. Custom HTML
      10. Misc
    4. Customer Accounts
      1. Managing existing Customers
      2. Create a new Customer
      3. Deleting a Customer
      4. Login as another Customer
      5. Send email to Customer
      6. Reset Customer Password
    5. Reseller Accounts
      1. Reseller Plans
      2. Create a Reseller Account
    6. Administrator Accounts
      1. Create a new Administrator
    7. Media Services
      1. Creating a Media Service
      2. Deleting a Media Service
    8. Announcements
      1. Managing Announcements
      2. Creating Announcement
      3. Deleting Announcement
    9. Statistics
    10. Software Health
    11. Software Updates
    12. Email Templates
    13. API
    1. Introduction
    2. Audio Operation Manual
      1. Basics 101
      2. Station Overview
      3. Media Library
      4. Playlists
        1. General Rotation
        2. Jingles & Advertising
        3. Scheduling
        4. Repeat Protection
      5. Live DJ Connections
      6. Live Stream Recording
      7. DJ Manager
      8. Country Blocking
      9. Fallback, Backup and Intro Files
      10. Stream Proxy
      11. Public Page
      12. HTML5 Player
      13. Stream Authentication
      14. Widgets & Links
      15. Reporting
    3. Video Operation Manual
      1. Basics 101
      2. Service Overview
      3. Scheduling
      4. File Manager
      5. Streaming to Your Service
      6. Stream Targets
      7. GeoIP Country Locking
      8. Public Page
      9. Widgets & Links
      10. Reporting
    4. Reseller Operations Manual
      1. Reseller Dashboard
      2. Customers
      3. Media Services
    1. API Documentation
    2. Custom Domain Names
    3. Shoutcast 2 Admin Guide
    4. Wowza and Flussonic on same system
    5. Submit a feature request
    6. Wowza Custom Properties
    1. Shoutcast 2 Live Broadcasting
    2. DJ Priorities
    3. HTML5 Audio Player
    4. Broadcasting with AutoDJ
    5. Shoutcast 2 Premium
    6. Mount Points
    7. Managing Media Using FTP
    1. Getting started with video streaming
    2. Live Streaming Overview
    3. TV Station Overview
    4. Ondemand Video Streaming
    5. VAST Advertising
    6. Relay & IP Camera
    7. Stream Recording
    8. GeoIP Country Locking
    9. Connecting your encoder
    10. Preparing Your Media Files
    11. Managing Media Using FTP
    12. Understanding Video Playlists
    13. Embedding player on your website
    14. Smooth Streaming and Content Transition
    15. Video Transcoding (Adaptive Bitrate Streaming)
    16. Stream Watermark​
    17. Statistics
    18. DVR Rewind
    19. Facebook Live Streaming
    20. Youtube Stream Publishing
    21. Twitch Stream Publishing
    22. Shoutcast 2 Stream Publishing
    23. Icecast Stream Publishing
    24. RTMP Stream Publishing
    1. Cloud Video Overview
    2. Admin Manual - Cloud Video
      1. Login to your cloud platform
      2. Dashboard - A First Look
      3. Team & Staff Members
      4. Plans & Customers
      5. WHMCS Billing Provisioning Module
      6. Branding your platform
      7. Activating VOD on Customer Plan
    3. User Manual - Cloud Video
      1. Login to your video platform
      2. First Look
      3. Creating a Channel
      4. Channel Overview
      5. Broadcasting
      6. Recording
      7. Media Content
      8. Fallback Video
      9. 30 Minute Rewind
      10. TV Channels - 24x7 UGC
      11. Video on Demand
      12. VOD Playlists
      13. Publishing
      14. Viewing Analytics
      15. Bandwidth Utilisation
      16. Publish Zoom Meetings
      17. Advertising
      18. Restreaming IP Cameras
    4. Video Guide Series
    5. Streaming Best Practices
    6. Feature Comparison
    7. Roadmap & Release Notes
MediaCP System Commands

Last updated 11 months ago

Core Application

The core MediaCP application is managed by your systems service manager (systemd) so it is possible to use standard commands to manage the application.
systemctl status mediacp; # Provides status of entire mediacp suite
systemctl restart mediacp; # Restarts application services (nginx, php, mysql, redis, queue)
systemclt stop mediacp; # Stops application services
In addition, the application binary is mapped to /usr/bin/mediacp allowing a range of additional management options.
/usr/bin/mediacp help; # Shows all available commands
/usr/bin/mediacp restart services; # Restarts all media services
/usr/bin/mediacp phpmyadmin enable; # Enables phpmyadmin access to database

Media Servers

Wowza Streaming Engine

Wowza Streaming Engine is managed by the systemd service manager so it is possible to check status and restart using standard system commands including the below. It is important to note that the stremaing server and the management interface run under two separate proceses.

systemctl status WowzaStreamingEngine; # Check Wowza streaming status
systemctl status WowzaStreamingEngineManager; # Check Wowza manager status
systemctl restart WowzaStreamingEngine; # Restarts Wowza streaming Engine

 

systemctl restart WowzaStreamingEngineManager; # Restarts wowza manager

 

Flussonic Media Server

Flussonic is managed by the systems service manager (service). It can be managed by systemd but in our experience it is better managed by the service command instead.

service flussonic status; # Check Flussonicstreaming status
service flussonic restart; # Restarts Flussonic

Nginx-Rtmp

Nginx-Rtmp  Video Server is managed by MediaCP directly, it can be checked using standard MediaCP status such as systemctl status mediacp however you can manage the process independantly through the following commands.

/usr/bin/mediacp status nginx-rtmp
/usr/bin/mediacp restart nginx-rtmp

Audio Streaming Services

Stop all audio services

The following commands send a signal to each audio service to request a normal shutdown procedure.

pkill icecast;
pkill sc_serv;
pkill liquidsoap;
pkill ices;

Force stop all audio services

The below commands will force quit all audio service applications, it does not follow normal shutdown procedure and should be used only where necessary.

pkill -9 icecast;
pkill -9 sc_serv;
pkill -9 liquidsoap;
pkill -9 ices;

Restart all media services

/usr/bin/mediacp restart services

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