[Freeswitch-users] CDR XMLs don't get generated sometimes
steveayre at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 12:17:36 MSD 2014
You're seeing the post. That shows the error is within your application.
To avoid any lost CDRs ensure your script returns a 4xx or 5xx error on any
error. You can configure FS to write these to the err-log-dir so that they
aren't lost and resubmit them when the error is fixed. Remember you should
always check the result of mysql_query-type function calls.
If the script returns 200 then FS will assume the CDR submission was
Assuming the webserver is apache, check the error_log file, you may see
output indicating what the problem is.
Since you changed the schema it's almost certainly a SQL error relating to
the columns (not enough supplied or names changed).
On 13 August 2014 05:28, Siri MM <sirimmfs at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am facing an unusual problem off late. My setup is as follows: I use my
> webserver with SQL DB, and have setup the url in xml_cdr.conf.xml for
> posting xml cdr information. It works all well in a normal scenario - xml
> cdrs are generated, and http post onto my url is also called.
> Now, when I try to add a new column to my database (which is by the way
> very large), and then restart freeswitch, I see that the cdr xmls are not
> getting created - http post does occur though. I don't see any CDR related
> error messages in the freeswitch logs, either during start up, or after a
> call - any pointers on how I could debug why xml cdrs are not created?
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