[Freeswitch-users] Two or more simultaneous calls not

Adam Wilt wiltingtree at gmail.com
Wed Apr 8 08:18:55 PDT 2009

Thanks for the response Traun.  The version of Python is 2.4.3, and I didn't
build it myself, I installed it with yum.
The version of Red Hat is  4.1.2-41.
"import threading" works fine, so I don't think it's a Python threading
The FreeSWITCH version I installed is the
at files.freeswitch.org.
I didn't make any major changes to the configuration; I enabled Python and
set-up the SIP profile, directory and dialplan. No other changes.
Any other help would be appreciated, since I really don't know where to


>Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2009 06:36:27 +0430
>From: Traun Leyden <tleyden at branchcut.com>
>Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] Two or more simultaneous calls not
>       working
>To: freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
>      <f9f80d540904071906j74c53d54q2c4acab117be10f4 at mail.gmail.com>
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>> Hello,
>> I wrote an application using FreeSWITCH version 1.0.3, with mod_python
>> a
>> 64 bit box on Red Hat.
>> The app works fine when one person dials in, but when a second person
>> in, the first call stops and waits until the second call is finished.
>> really strange - if the first call is right in the middle of playing a
>> prompt, it will just stop, and there will be dead air. As soon as the 2nd
>> call hangs up, the prompt for the first call starts playing right where
>> left off.
>> I previously had FreeSWITCH installed on a 32 bit CentOS box, and this
>> not happening.
>> Does anybody have any idea what the cause of this could be?
>> Thanks!
>I'm running mod_python fine with 64-bit (Ubuntu 8) and fs svn 12793, and
>have not seen that problem.  Which version of python?  Did you build it
>yourself or was it from a package?  If its from a package, please provide
>the version of Red Hat you are using.
>One possible cause is that python was not compiled with multi-threading
>support.  I don't know how to check that however .. googled around and
>didn't find anything.  If you fire up
>your python interpreter and type "import threading" do you get an error?
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