[Freeswitch-users] load average
brian.west at mac.com
Sat Nov 24 13:39:51 PST 2007
On Nov 24, 2007, at 11:07 AM, Freeswitch Freeswitch wrote:
> Does anyone know of kernel tweaks that can be done to optimize
> running FS on linux?
> I just completed a test running 800 calls ( 1600 streams ) on a Dell
> 1950 with dual 2.33GHz and 2 gig of ram.
64bit Woodcrest Xeons?
> Call scenario was FS running as SIP B2BUA for purposes of topology
> hiding and dtmf 2833 interworking.
> Calls were a mix of 711 and 729
> Everything worked perfect
> Load average on the box rose over 50 ( processes in the queue ) at
> one point.
Shouldn't be an issue.
> CPU was running between 150% and 180% ( keep in mind there are 2
> dual core CPUs so 4 total )
This should be fine. So you're using about 1.5 - 1.8 of your CPU's
you still have some to spare.
> Bandwidth usage was about 80 M
1200 calls of ulaw hit the imit of 100mbit ethernet so you're cutting
it very close.
> Should I worry about that load average number? Seems high but test
> calls sounded fine.
Not at all. But you'll get better performance out of the newer intel
> Thanks and best regards,
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