[Freeswitch-users] quality/stability of freeswitch under docker
jurijs.ivolga at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 16:24:36 UTC 2020
I run in production for several years Freeswitch in docker and had never
any problem with docker environment. I do like better custom bridge for
networking when you can assign separate IP per container, but this is
mainly because of particular requirements. Moving to docker is definitely
With kind regards,
On Thu, 15. Oct 2020 at 17:47, Nathan Neulinger <nneul at mst.edu> wrote:
> I've got a production environment that's been running w/ a source build on
> ubuntu 16.04 for several years. I'm in the process of upgrading this to
> ubuntu 20, which also appears to be working fine. Setup is dual hosts with
> keepalived for failover, pointing to a separate 3-node mariadb based galera
> However, during this process I've been considering whether it would be a
> bit cleaner to move to a docker based deployment to have freeswitch inside
> the container use the more fully "supported" debian packages.
> Anyone have any thoughts on the general stability/performance/etc. of
> running FS under docker vs source build? Any differences? Main areas of
> concern I have are the network interactions, and I was thinking about using
> the 'host network' mode to address that.
> I'm looking at using
> modified to reference buster instead of jesse. (Can't see doing an updated
> deployment on 8 if 10 has production-ready packages.)
> Any feedback/experiences/etc. would be appreciated.
> -- Nathan
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