Count is enabled for higher access levels with the follow parameter on the
filter endpoint. Shadow, and Birddog, for example, allow the count
parameter.

-John Kalucki
http://twitter.com/jkalucki
Twitter, Inc.


On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 7:51 PM, Justin <justin.carl...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I found my answer elsewhere, but the wording on the wiki seems
> confusing, I'd remove count as a param if it's not usable.
>
> 09/20/2010 09:45:50 pm : HTTP failure 4 of 20 connecting to stream:
> HTTP ERROR 416: Requested Range Not Satisfiable
> (Parameter count not allowed in role statusDefaultFiltered). Sleeping
> for 90 seconds.
>
> http://dev.twitter.com/doc/post/statuses/filter
>
> States:
>
> Parameters
> Optional
> count
> Indicates the number of previous statuses to consider for delivery
> before transitioning to live stream delivery. On unfiltered streams,
> all considered statuses are delivered, so the number requested is the
> number returned. *On filtered streams, the number requested is the
> number of statuses that are applied to the filter predicate, and not
> the number of statuses returned*. Firehose, Retweet, Link, Birddog and
> Shadow clients interested in capturing all statuses should maintain a
> current estimate of the number of statuses received per second and
> note the time that the last status was received. Upon a reconnect, the
> client can then estimate the appropriate backlog to request. The count
> parameter is not allowed on other resources and the default filter
> role.
>
>
> What is the default filter role? Is there a case where count can be
> used with the filtered stream?
>
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