[Devel] Re: [Serdev] follow up to the comparing test for SER and
OpenSER from TransNexus
Greger V. Teigre
greger at teigre.com
Tue Jun 12 16:14:47 CEST 2007
In SER, there is at least two parameters that are different for the
development trunk and the upcoming SER 2.0: Debugging and the memory
AFAIK, debugging is turned off in RC1,
http://www.iptel.org/ser_2_0_0_release_candidate_1, while the type of
memory allocation has been changed in cvs tagged rel_2_0_0 i.e. upcoming
RC2. Thus, I recommend that you check out rel_2_0_0 from CVS.
There is also a question of which approach you want to take in making
your tests: (1) standard config the way each project "packages" the
server, (2) in some way modified config (turn on/off etc), or (3)
finally an optimized config (which a service provider would do).
I'm sure every large-scale provider (which will be at risk of getting
high bandwidth and CPU levels) have each their own tweaks, for example
the locking mechanism used. I would love to have an iptel.org page that
documents all the various tweaks (if people will share).
Di-Shi Sun wrote:
> 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
> 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.
> Serdev mailing list
> Serdev at lists.iptel.org
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