[Freeswitch-users] FS core down soon after Forward Clock Skew Detected in windows
jleung at v10networks.ca
Tue Jul 23 10:47:41 MSD 2013
If you're going to run FreeSWITCH inside a virtualized Windows Instance, you
may as well go with Microsoft's Hyper-V. Windows Server seems to work better
under Hyper-V than Xen or OpenVZ.
You could try assigning the VM a higher CPU weight, (not sure how VMware
handles that) to see if that solves the issue.
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Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] FS core down soon after Forward Clock Skew
Detected in windows
Try another type of virtual machine. Xen seems to work well, openvz is
recommended by the devs. Other than that make sure your resources are
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On Jul 22, 2013 10:41 PM, "Vincent Xia" <gmangudai at gmail.com> wrote:
FS core down soon after Forward Clock Skew Detected in windows
[CRIT] switch_time.c:974 Forward Clock Skew Detected!
os is windows server 2008 R2 64 bit, in VM ware
what can i do to reduce the occurence of clock skew?
increase CPU capability or run FS in a real machine? anything i can do with
FS conf xmls?
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