[Freeswitch-users] FreeSWITCH HA + Loadbalancing

Raimund Sacherer rs at runsolutions.com
Sun Aug 30 06:19:54 PDT 2009

So, the first way would be to have a look on the sip stack, which is,  
in fact, sofia ..., well, sound's like a nice, fun, long-going hobby  
project to me :-)

I will definitly at least look at the sip code to check if it is  
something i would myself willingly give over to ...

But I *really* do want  a setup where it does not matter if one  
specific FS instance is UP or NOT ...

Raimund Sacherer
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On Aug 29, 2009, at 10:04 PM, Brian West wrote:

> The sip stack needs to be modified to spin that data up into the  
> state machine so that it can take over calls once the fail over  
> takes place... its not an easy task.
> /b
> On Aug 29, 2009, at 2:56 PM, Mitul Limbani wrote:
>> Is itnpossible to have a db cluster know the state of each and  
>> every call and then use Heartbeat on this db +
>> fs cluster so that clients see only one ip where as internally all  
>> fs boxes refer db for call states, db again is under replication.
>> This in the thioery can be written, but I am sure if we think bit  
>> more on this direction the problem seem to be getting addressed.
>> Other guys also chip in their 2 cents, we just need 50 of em to  
>> make a full dollar.
>> Thanks & Regards,
>> Mitul Limbani,
>> Founder & CEO,
>> Enterux Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,
>> The Enterprise Linux Company (r),
>> http://www.enterux.com
>> http://www.entVoice.com
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