[Freeswitch-users] How to calculate server requirements for Freeswitch.
krice at freeswitch.org
Thu Jul 11 04:45:38 MSD 2013
It was a load test with sipp... The scenario was sipp generated calls into
freeswitch with its media reflector turned off, freeswitch answered the
calls and played back a static audio file... Call duration was 30 seconds at
which time the calls were hung up, sipp was set to originate 1000
Now, that being said only a moron would put 30K concurrent calls on a single
x86(_64) server imho... If that server were to be down its costing
$18,000/hour (assuming revenue of $0.01/minute). And you know Murphy¹s Law
dictates you would probably be down a few hours a month... Its just smarter
(and probably cheaper) to deploy 15 to 20 boxes and have a single node
failure not affect over all max call handling capacity
On 7/10/13 7:20 PM, "Vincent Xia" <gmangudai at gmail.com> wrote:
> 30000? that's incrediable, is FS able to handle that amount of threads in a
> single process?
> what about the call loss rate while running 30k concurrent calls?
> 2013/7/11 Ken Rice <krice at freeswitch.org>
>> You¹re going to have to load test it in your specific configuration and go
>> from there... Things like number of calls that have to get transcoded, amount
>> of call recording, etc etc will greatly affect the number of calls you are
>> going to get... Unfortunately there is no general rule of thumb, however, I
>> can tell you to scale that large you are going to need a number of servers
>> not just one large one... You¹re talking 60 to 80,000 call legs there. The
>> most single leg calls I have ever seen on a box is 30K, and then it was just
>> playing back a media file, and it was a very large box...
>> On 7/10/13 6:09 PM, "Mahendra Bhegade" <bhegades at gmail.com
>> <http://firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I plan to use Freeswitch and would have 20,000 conference calls with about
>>> 3-4 person in each of the conference. Some of them would record their
>>> conference calls,
>>> How do I go about calculating the server resource needs.
>>> What are all the factors that I should be looking at,
>>> Mahendra Bhegade
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