[Freeswitch-dev] [freeswitch-dev] in memory sqlite

Paulo Vicentini vicentini.paulo at gmail.com
Tue Feb 16 15:04:06 PST 2010

"The core will open the db multiple times so you would end up with many
instances not linked to each other."

 I think it might work with just one core.db handle, right?

"If sofia uses it, it needs it, or else it would've been an optional
configuration option."

As I can see until now, if mod_sofia were used just as a gateway (that is my
aim) it would be able to bypass sip related tables/code and it might
have a compile
option for that scenario as well...

"How hard are you hitting this box to kill it because your data base ?  What
distro are you on?"
I intend to use my hacked FS version on Debian  / Kernel / soekris

Thank you,

On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 7:45 PM, Brian West <brian at freeswitch.org> wrote:

> How hard are you hitting this box to kill it because your data base ?  What
> distro are you on?  Some versions of the linux kernel slow SQLITE down by
> 400-1000% depending on the kernel rev.
> /b
> On Feb 15, 2010, at 3:41 PM, Paulo Vicentini wrote:
> > I will try to enable such feature in core.db ( I want to use just RAM
> core.db and to disable all other databases)
> > If I use FS exclusively as a SIP gateway ( no registrar ) I think I can
> "disable" the use of such sofia tables (Does it make sense? ) :
> >
> > .tables
> > sip_authentication sip_shared_appearance_dialogs
> > sip_dialogs sip_shared_appearance_subscriptions
> > sip_presence sip_subscriptions
> > sip_registrations
> >
> > Thank you
> > Paulo
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