[Freeswitch-dev] Question about threading model, Does it restrict the concurrent capability of FS?

Brian West brian at freeswitch.org
Mon Nov 2 06:22:39 PST 2009

Step 1.  TRY IT.

We never recommend running on a 32bit system EVER.  Even our spec  
sheet says 64bit is recommended.   You should get more than 500 on a  
32bit machine if it sets the stack size properly to 240 per thread.


On Nov 2, 2009, at 3:14 AM, Lei Tang wrote:

> Hi All, As I known FS usually use two thread to handle one call,  
> one  for inbound and one for outbound.  In 32bits system, a  
> process's memory is limited to 2GB,  So I think a FS process can  
> create  up to 500 threads, and  handle 250 call in the same time. Is  
> it right? How if FS run in 64bits system?
> Best Regards!
> -- 
> Lei.Tang
> lei.tlfly at gmail.com

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