[Freeswitch-dev] Lag in timestamps reported by FreeSWITCH

Juan Jose Comellas juanjo at comellas.org
Tue Nov 18 11:44:04 PST 2008

Yes, there was an update to the server's time yesterday. The ntpd
daemon was down so I updated the time via ntpdate and started ntpd. I
did not restart FreeSWITCH when I did that. Is FS "caching" the
server's time in any way?

On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 5:18 PM, Brian West <brian at freeswitch.org> wrote:
> Are you running ntpd on the machine? If so is it doing any corrections?
> /b
> On Nov 18, 2008, at 1:11 PM, Juan Jose Comellas wrote:
>> I've noticed that if FreeSWITCH (r10423) is left running for several
>> hours (1 day in my case), the timestamps reported in log messages and
>> events sent through mod_event_socket start lagging against the time
>> reported by the server where FreeSWITCH runs. After 1 day, the time in
>> FS was 3 minutes less than the time of the server. We are running ntp
>> on the server, so the time is constantly updated to make sure that it
>> stays correct.
>> What's special about our setup is that all the dialplans are received
>> via mod_xml_curl and that we use mod_event_socket a lot. Has anybody
>> else experienced this problem?

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