[Freeswitch-users] GSMOpen restarting freeswitch on network loss (?)

Bote Man bote_radio at botecomm.com
Wed Jan 13 17:42:36 MSK 2016

Slightly off-topic for you, but systemd has the ability to restart FreeSWITCH rather nicely as I recently discovered J That was first thought before I fully read your message.





From: Steven Ayre
Sent: Tuesday, 12 January, 2016 15:39
Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] GSMOpen restarting freeswitch on network loss (?)


As far as I know there's nothing in that module that would restart freeswitch.


Do you have anything running that will restart freeswitch if it isn't running (eg monit or a cronjob)? If so check 'dmesg' to see if freeswitch has crashed.


It's also worth looking at the start time of the freeswitch process then look for freeswitch.log entries immediately before that time to see if there's anything there that might give a clue.



On 9 January 2016 at 11:29, Jude Mukundane <jude19love at gmail.com> wrote:

Hello Freeswitch Users,


I have come upon an issue that I need clarification on. I am using mod_gsmopen with huawei E173u-1 Modems. They work fine. 


I noticed though for one of the networks that are weak, every time the signal is lost, (double green blink on modem), freeswitch restarts. some thing triggers "/bin/bash /etc/init.d/freeswitch restart. 


Is this by design in GSM open? I was considering moving this line to a GoIP if that is the case so that Freeswitch is not made unavailable for all the other lines by one line. 




Jude Mukundane

CTO - RootIO



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