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

Lei Tang lei.tlfly at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 06:53:13 PST 2009

Hi Michael and Brian, Thanks for your answers.
Brian, Did you mean set the thread stack size to 240KB? Is it enough for
FS?  If thread stack size is 240kB, so FS can create about 4000 threads and
handle 2000  concurrent call?

2009/11/2 Brian West <brian at freeswitch.org>

> 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.
> /b
> 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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