[Freeswitch-users] HA clustering solution?
funkknob at gmail.com
Tue Aug 26 18:05:29 PDT 2008
I'd like to avoid front-ending the FS boxes and instead have them
load-share amongst themselves or sit in a hot/standby arrangement
while updating the other box(es) with call state and configuration
changes. They would be connected directly via a closed tertiary
network so that the heartbeat could be set to a very low value, and
call state data would not traverse the same path as the call traffic.
Am I just dreaming? Could a standby box take over call in progress
when the primary fails?
On Tue, Aug 26, 2008 at 9:25 PM, James Green <james.green at stealthnet.net> wrote:
> Tom Warren wrote:
>> I'd like to know if there is any plan for an HA solution for
>> FreeSWITCH. I know the 'heartbeat' trick, but is there or will there
>> be any way to mirror the configuration changes and even call state
>> between two boxes in a sort of clustered arrangement?
> I don't think there's anything out of the box. I would imagine, much as
> you can do with web servers, some form of R-R DNS exposing some proxies
> that connect to 2+ FreeSWITCH/other boxen would essentially do the trick.
> The tricky part would be getting any new machines to announce themselves
> to the proxies and getting the proxies to remove machines now out of
> service. I'll be looking into that later...
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