[Freeswitch-users] FS no frok mode

Yossi Neiman freeswitch at cartissolutions.com
Thu Mar 11 10:35:30 PST 2010

On 03/10/2010 04:12 AM, Dome Charoenyost wrote:
> 2010/3/10 Michael Jerris<mike at jerris.com>:
>> -nf has nothing to do with the performance, it has to do if the command
>> blocks or not when you run it.  I am unsure what you mean about sql in this
>> context, it is totally unrelated. What is a cash db?
> sorry i mean switch_cache_db_connection :)
> i have problem about db connection. now switch_cache_db_connection use
> 1 connection for 1 thread
> if i use mod_limit with odbc my server can't handle more than 100 connection.
> So i'll try FS in no fork. but i want to know other effect.
> BG
> Dome C.

I think you misunderstand what it is that the -nf option does.  It will 
have no bearing on how switch's odbc caching mechanisms work.  For 
example, I run freeswitch under a supervising daemon (djb's daemontools 
in this case) with -nf and -nc options.  This prevents freeswitch from 
spawning the console, and it also prevents freeswitch from forking to 
the background.  In otherwords, it keeps freeswitch from becoming a 
background daemon.

Yossi Neiman
Cartis Solutions, Inc. - http://www.cartissolutions.com

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