[Freeswitch-users] [Windows] Stable enough for production use?

Michael Giagnocavo mgg at giagnocavo.net
Wed Dec 16 11:32:40 PST 2009

We switched to Windows for production after 1.0.4. We've run into no stability issues with it. The highest we go is only 100 sessions/sec. We're also use media bypass and mod_managed. 


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Subject: [Freeswitch-users] [Windows] Stable enough for production use?


Since Freeswitch is also available for Windows (and Mac, but I don't anything about Macintosh), I'd like some feedback from users who routinely run Freeswitch on that OS.

Is it stable enough to be used in production to handle a single analog line (ie. SOHO use), or should I warn customers that they really should buy a dedicated Linux box to run FS?

Thank you.
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