Live streaming monitoring includes push streaming monitoring and live streaming monitoring. Most live streaming problems such as lagging are related to push streaming bandwidth. Monitoring streaming bandwidth in real time can help you quickly locate live streaming problems such as lagging and latency. This section describes how to perform push streaming monitoring, monitor the status of streaming during live streaming.

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Monitoring data is returned every second in real time, including received audio and video frame rate from caster to CDN node, audio and video timestamp, received file headers, audio and video bit rate (Kbps), maximum audio and video frame interval (milliseconds), and error code. You can check the status of video stream every second to monitor the streaming stability. This allows you to monitor live streams and helps reduce problems caused by video lagging.

  1. Log on to the ApsaraVideo Live console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, select Data Monitoring > Real-time Monitoring.
  3. Select the domain name, time period, application name, and stream name of the stream that is pushed, and click Search.
    • Click Last 10 minutes to obtain monitoring data in real time. The streaming status is returned every second within each minute.
    • Click Last Half Hour, Last Hour, or Custom to query history monitoring data. You can query monitoring data of the last 24 hours.