[Freeswitch-users] Freeswitch vs. Asterisk speed on ARM
rogelio.perez at gmail.com
Mon Aug 24 16:52:47 PDT 2009
I'm not planning to have more than 10 concurrent calls on this
devices, but I'm also curious as you about how many calls can it handle.
When I get to that point I will post the test results on this list.
On Aug 23, 2009, at 8:23 PM, Raymond Chandler wrote:
> Could you load freeswitch with a couple hundred calls then run the
> test again.. and do the same to asterisk and see how the numbers
> stack up then? I'm just curious to see what happens at that point.
> On Aug 21, 2009, at 3:15 PM, Rogelio Perez wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I'm working on a PBX project for the Sheevaplug ARM based computer,
>> with the following specs: CPU 1.2 GHz, 512MB DDR2, no FPU.
>> So far I've found a big difference between Freeswitch and Asterisk
>> performance times.
>> This is a comparison of the time it takes them to perform different
>> startup Freeswitch: 3 min.
>> startup Asterisk: 2 sec.
>> call extension Freeswitch: 6 sec.
>> call extension Asterisk: 0 sec.
>> shutdown Freeswitch: 6.5 sec
>> shutdown Asterisk: 0 sec.
>> reload config Freeswitch: 1 sec.
>> reload config Asterisk: 1 sec.
>> Both were built from sources natively (no cross-compiling), and
>> they use the default startup configurations.
>> I have managed to lower the Freeswitch times by disabling most of
>> the modules and recompiling, but it is still far away from Asterisk
>> (i.e. FS startup time 2.5 min).
>> 1. Is there any way to further improve Freeswitch performance for
>> the ARM architecture?
>> 2. Can this be related to the lack of a FPU (the Sheevalug emulates
>> the floating point operations).
>> 3. On the startup I see this error repeated many times: [ERR]
>> switch_core_sqldb.c:95 SQL ERR [database is locked]. Can this be
>> Rogelio Perez
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