[Devel] follow up to the comparing test for SER and OpenSER from TransNexus

Di-Shi Sun di-shi at transnexus.com
Tue Jun 12 03:15:10 CEST 2007


This e-mail is follow-up to our previous posting about tests we performed at TransNexus comparing SER and OpenSER.  Our tests were for wholesale VoIP carriers who want a straightforward, unbiased comparison of OpenSER and SER.  As part of this goal, we purposely chose the simple implementation of building each software with default settings.

Folks from the SER community have pointed out to us that building each platform based on the default configuration does not lead to an accurate comparison because debug and blacklisting settings for SER and OpenSER are different and favor the performance results of OpenSER.

Since our goal is to provide users with the most accurate comparison possible, we are seeking feedback from both communities on what changes should be made to the SER and OpenSER compile/configuration options in order to measure an accurate comparison between the two software platforms.

We are considering re-running the performance test with debug and blacklisting turned off for both OpenSER and SER based on advice from folks in the community that this configuration will produce a more accurate comparison.

Does anyone else have any advice or input to offer before we re-run the Performance Comparison test?

Thank you,

Di-Shi Sun.
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