[Freeswitch-users] Nibblebill for NoSQL
infos at madovsky.org
Tue Mar 2 22:49:34 PST 2010
postgresql is a very powerful DB that can accepts a lot of simultaneous
it needs to be set carefully to fit your memory and HD.
try google postgresql tuning
However the other solution can be interesting too.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dome Charoenyost" <dome at tel.co.th>
To: <freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 03, 2010 1:38 AM
Subject: [Freeswitch-users] Nibblebill for NoSQL
> Dear All,
> I use nibllebill + postgresql for longtime. it' work wel when
> concurrent about 500 calls.. Now i have 1200 calls . postgresql got
> many problem and slow. so i have 2 choice.
> 1. upgrade hardware , add more memory may be 32 GB and change HDD to
> SSD (or IOdrive ).
> 2. split DB some path to NoSQL (I'm testing memcachedb,redis,tokyo tyrant)
> I choose 2. and use tokyo tyrant. because it's persistant and support
> memcache API.
> Today i create new module base on nibblebill but use memcacahe API
> connect to tokyo tyrant. it's look fast. and work without any problem.
> If someone want to use my module I'l acttach to JIRA and create WIKI
> Please let's me know if you want.
> Dome C.
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