[Freeswitch-users] freeswitch crashes

Michael Jerris mike at jerris.com
Thu May 19 19:37:25 MSD 2016

its not normal to be in /etc/init.d, no.. someone might have manually copied it there.  It would be normal to see that in the build directory

> On May 19, 2016, at 5:32 AM, Nduwayezu, Joselyne <35633 at heb.be> wrote:
> I 've noticed something strange. In /etc/init.d, i have a directory .libs (i think  hidden libraries) and inside the directory there is another daemon of freeswitch (lt-freeswitch). Is it normal? 
> NDUWAYEZU Joselyne
> 2016-05-18 23:59 GMT+02:00 Steven Schoch <schoch+freeswitch.org at xwin32.com <mailto:schoch+freeswitch.org at xwin32.com>>:
> If freeswitch is properly installed, then yes, that means it's not running.
> You can double-check by typing:
> # ps ax | grep freeswitch
> It seems the "restart" argument didn't work. Look in the log file for clues as to why.
> You typically don't need to restart freeswitch. If you are restarting because you made a change to the configuration, usually a "reloadxml" will do what you want without shutting everything down first.
> -- 
> Steve
> On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 7:17 AM, Nduwayezu, Joselyne <35633 at heb.be <mailto:35633 at heb.be>> wrote:
> Hello,
> When i use systemctl status freeswitch, it showss the following:
> freeswitch.service
> Loaded: not found (Reason: No such file or directory)
> Active:inactive (dead)
> Is that mean that freeswitch is not running or it means something else?

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