[Freeswitch-users] FreeSWITCH HA + Loadbalancing

Raimund Sacherer rs at runsolutions.com
Sat Aug 29 06:17:11 PDT 2009

Oh yeah, that would be so helpfull for my situation, as my client  
*demands* now a solution where he can press a big red button and all  
fails over to another box. Hi es totally scared because of the Lockups  
in Asterisk which under specific situations including AMI, Automated  
Call Setup, and murphy led to a lockup of the entire machine, no  
console was working anymore, only cold-reset could do it.

So, IF there is the possibility for life-takeover, / failover etc. I  
would love to here how has been done.

I am very experienced with openvz and use for about two years now only  
openvz virtualization servers for anything because of live-migration  
etc. But as I am new in this company we could not adopt this until now.

So Please Ken, if you can, describe what need's to be done to get a  
failover / takeover working (an outline would be enough)

Thanks in Advance

Raimund Sacherer
     Open Source It Consulting

Parc Bit - Centro Empresarial Son Espanyol
Edificio Estel - Local 3D
07121 -  Palma de Mallorca

On Aug 29, 2009, at 11:58 AM, Steve Kurzeja wrote:

> On Sat, Aug 29, 2009 at 2:34 PM, Diego Viola <diego.viola at gmail.com>  
> wrote:
> Yes, FreeSWITCH is a system that you can trust 100%. I have switched  
> my Asterisk servers to FreeSWITCH and have peace now.
> If I were you I would get rid of Asterisk and use FreeSWITCH, FS  
> will handle all what you want very well.
> And I agree with David, fail-over is kinda irrelevant since the FS  
> doesn't crash like Asterisk does.
> You still have hardware failures and fail-over is also useful for  
> hit-less maintenance on boxes.
> I'd be interested to know how Brian West was approaching his live  
> migration work.
> Steve
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