[Freeswitch-users] What is the different between FS linux and MS windows version
peter.olsson at visionutveckling.se
Sun May 27 17:05:03 MSD 2012
Hit "send" to soon... :)
What I meant to say last was that I recommend using Windows 2008 R2, or at least Windows 2008. Microsoft has improved their timing in the kernel, starting with these kernels (and also Vista / Windows 7).
Från: Peter Olsson
Skickat: den 27 maj 2012 15:02
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Ämne: RE: [Freeswitch-users] What is the different between FS linux and MS windows version
I would say it's more or less the same (FS build natively on both platforms).
I'm using it on both platforms, and it's been working perfect on both. There is a bigger user base on Linux I guess (if that's important), and if you want to run HA-setups, you would need Linux to setup Kamailio etc.
If you're running Windows, I recommend
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Skickat: den 27 maj 2012 13:47
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Ämne: [Freeswitch-users] What is the different between FS linux and MS windows version
I have installed a FS windows version on a DELL R210 server running windows 2003 server. Is there any different between the FS windows and linux version in term of capability and performance?
Thanks in advance,
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