[Freeswitch-users] question about HA solution

Denys Pozniak denys.pozniak at crazycall.com
Mon Jun 5 17:50:18 UTC 2017

Yes, correct. But when you restart FS on slave, it will erase database. And
option auto-clear-sql=false not working for me.

On Jun 5, 2017 6:32 PM, "Michael Jerris" <mike at jerris.com> wrote:

recovered calls will get new entries in the table.

On Jun 5, 2017, at 7:41 AM, Denys Pozniak <denys.pozniak at crazycall.com>


Thank you *Raymond* about your explanation, but I dont agree with some
*If it really need an answer about your question -- "if it is possible to
move calls back".   I think it's unnecessary.*  - in my case I have two not
equal servers, so I need to have only one as a master.
If switchover happens I need to have ability to restore master back.

Thank you *Luis* for your link, you can do simple test to understand what I
am talking about: do call -> check on master and slave #show channels ->
restart FS on slave -> check on master #show channels. In my case I dont
see any active calls after this, so restoring back is not possible.

On 3 June 2017 at 22:16, Luis Daniel Lucio Quiroz <
luis.daniel.lucio at gmail.com> wrote:

> You may want to read this article.
> http://inside-out.xyz/technology/how-to-configure-freeswitch-for-ha.html
> Le 31 mai 2017 6:29 PM, "Denys Pozniak" <denys.pozniak at crazycall.com> a
> écrit :
> Hello!
> I built FS HA solution based on keepalived and mysql master-master.
> It works ok generally, but as I understand FS after restarting cleaning
> own database.
> So when node1 fails calls jump to node2, after script restarts node1 it is
> not possible to move calls back.
> Tried options in switch.conf.xml, but no luck:
>     <param name="auto-create-schemas" value="false"/>
>     <param name="auto-clear-sql" value="false"/>
> Is there is a way to solve this?

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