[Freeswitch-users] mod_event_socket message pizza received from BSD machines
peter.olsson at visionutveckling.se
Mon Feb 28 18:36:46 MSK 2011
Are you using git HEAD as of the last couple of days? I know there was some changes for this last week related to ESL-56 - at least I saw some commits related to it... Or it this not at all related to ESL lib?
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We are experiencing weird behaviour when using socket connection to mod_event_socket while running FS on FreeBSD and Mac OSX.
We send a lot of bgapi and api commands to the FreeSwitch while controlling and monitoring hundreds of sessions.
We have created a simple load-test that displays the problem we face.
The load-test simply fires the following command continuosly to freeswitch: “bgapi sofia status”, generally as fast as freeswitch can receive it.
The following occurs, but only on FreeBSD or MacOSX (10.6.6) (both 64-bit) while using latest version of FreeSwitch:
- Replies and events are inter-mixed on the receive stream (the output from freeswitch), causing protocol errors in the receiving client.
This does _not_ happen on CentOS or Windows, so we wonder what could be causing this. Is there a problem with threading or socket libs here?
We assume that FreeSwitch protect a mod_event_socket inbound connection output stream by locking (or other means) to make sure not any two messages are written ‘simultaneously’ causing garbage in the receiving end?
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