[Freeswitch-users] Unable to run fs_cli (returns Error Connecting [Socket Connection Error])

Craig Stevenson craig at stevenson.com
Mon Jun 29 23:41:18 MSD 2015


Nice!  That was it.

But, it raises another question.  Sometime between June 10th and June 29th,
the FreeSWITCH install process changed.  The parameter 'listen-ip' in
event_socket.conf.xml went from '' to '::'.   Was that something
that changed in FreeSWITCH install or did something else change?

And if it was in the FreeSWITCH install, how do we find out which
parameters in various modules are being added, removed, modified?


On Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 12:14 PM, Brian West <brian at freeswitch.org> wrote:

> Verify your config for mod_event_socket looks like what we have in master,
> I highly suspect your doing fs_cli and its connecting to ::, which by
> default event socket doesn't listen on :: it listens on, and your
> /etc/hosts file will have localhost as ::, so you can take the config from
> master and install it and it will work on ipv6 and ipv4 without a problem.
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 2:10 PM, Craig Stevenson <craig at stevenson.com>
> wrote:
>> I have an automated script that I have been using to build the 1.6/1.7
>> (master) branch for FreeSWITCH.  Debian = Jessie (8.1); git branch = master.
>> Life was good.  But, about a week (or two) ago, I was no longer able to
>> run fs_cli from a shell window on my new builds...
>> craig $ fs_cli
>> [ERROR] fs_cli.c:1610 main() Error Connecting [Socket Connection Error]
>> FreeSWITCH itself is running in the background perfectly fine.  I can
>> place calls; and tail -f on the log file shows the same activity that would
>> expect to see on the fs_cli console.  The process is is running as user
>> "freeswitch" and all of the standard directories are owned by
>> "freeswitch".  And no obvious errors in the build log (but honestly, not
>> sure I'd spot the error in all the text if there was one :-)
>> Any hints on what the issue might be?  Thanks.
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