[Freeswitch-users] Strange "timer_test" result
wstephen80 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 02:21:48 MSD 2012
I have bad experience with combination Opteron + RTP (choppy audio). I
think this is due to the size of the cache, for example for your 6128 is
128KB per core and, for example, for a Xeon E5649 is 12Mb per core. I own a
4 x Opteron 6176 (4 x 12 core) and after many tries to use it as Freeswitch
server, now I'm using it as database server...
On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 11:02 PM, marksly <mark at callassistants.com> wrote:
> To give everyone an update: I enabled the mod_posix_timer last night and
> things appear to be running better today (fewer calls that have a sporadic
> choppy audio). The server load is lower, but it is not where I would like
> see it. The load is around 10 on average. I think that this might be due to
> the fact that I have "enable-clock-nanosleep" set to true. I am going to
> disabling this and see if the load decreases.
> The timer_test results are more consistent and regular; a lot closer to the
> 20ms that you would expect to see.
> Server Information:
> 2x AMD Opteron 6128 (8 cores)
> 8GB RAM
> CentOS release 5.7
> Kernel: 2.6.18-274.7.1.el5
> FreeSWITCH version:
> Feel free to provide other suggestions if you see fit.
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