[Freeswitch-users] Profile won't start after stop, doesn't properly release IP/Port
mike at jerris.com
Mon Jan 25 19:58:13 MSK 2016
Please create a jira and pull request that makes this modification in a portable way so it can be included.
> On Jan 25, 2016, at 6:57 AM, Luiz Fernando Softov <fernando at softov.com.br> wrote:
> Sorry, I mean FreeBSD, FreeBRS is the name of my custom SO (Free BrByte Routing System).
> I remove the #ifdef in su.c and make SO_REUSEPORT + SO_REUSEADDR, and now it's working fine.
> 2016-01-24 17:00 GMT-03:00 Michael Jerris <mike at jerris.com <mailto:mike at jerris.com>>:
> never heard of freebrs, so I'm sure we've done nothing about making sure this works properly. We should be using reuse properly, if your operating system defines this weird or it behaves differently than other common operating systems it may require code fixes to do it properly. If you figure out why, we would be happy to review a pull request to correct this issue.
> On Saturday, January 23, 2016, Luiz Fernando Softov <fernando at softov.com.br <mailto:fernando at softov.com.br>> wrote:
> Hi all, i'm trying to do a stop then a start in a profile.
> After profile stop, the IP/Port doesn't release
> I Google it and found this JIRA
> https://freeswitch.org/jira/browse/FS-6603 <https://freeswitch.org/jira/browse/FS-6603>
> But this is when i'm making a unload mod_sofia, the port release
> So, only after this i can start the profile
> I'm using FreeBRS, and in my other programs I use SO_REUSEPORT
> There is a function (su_setreuseaddr) in libs/sofia-sip/libsofia-sip-ua/su/su.c where i found a
> #define SO_REUSEPORT
> My question is, there a correct place to define SO_REUSEPORT, or i just add it to make of the system and the SO_REUSEPORT will work?
> Or this isn't related with the fact that the port isn't released by the module when i make a stop? If not, how can i make to stop and start profile without problem?
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