[Freeswitch-dev] Core-UUID - is it possible to make it persistent?
steveayre at gmail.com
Sun Jun 9 10:16:25 MSD 2013
> is there a particular reason why it should change every time?
It's a UUID of the instance rather than the server (hostname is probably
sufficient for that). That said there probably isn't a reason you couldn't
set a persistent UUID yourself in a config file.
anyway to configure it to not change?
Currently no. It's generated anew on every start in
It occurs after the switch.conf.xml file is loaded (line 1679) so it would
be trivial to make a patch that reads it from that file and generates a
random one if it hasn't been set in the config file.
It'd be more involved to generate a random one on the first startup that's
then remembered on future startups. That should be possible too by caching
it in a local file, as with freeswitch.serial.
On 9 June 2013 05:03, Seven Du <dujinfang at gmail.com> wrote:
> As per
> The Core-UUID changes every time FS restart, is there a particular reason
> why it should change every time? anyway to configure it to not change? Or
> possible to add a Persistent-Core-UUID so it never changes when managing
> multiple FS instance at the same place?
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