[Serusers] Does SER support run-time configuration?
jan at iptel.org
Tue Aug 5 23:51:40 CEST 2003
No, pa doesn't recover. Saving of pa state into database is on my todo
list, but with low priority.
On 05-08 16:50, Kevin Chu wrote:
> How does the pa module work during the restart? Dose the subscription state
> persist between restart?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jan Janak [mailto:jan at iptel.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2003 3:01 PM
> To: Kevin Chu
> Cc: SER Users
> Subject: Re: [Serusers] Does SER support run-time configuration?
> no, it does not. You have to restart the server. On the other hand,
> restarting the server doesn't harm that much, because it can be done
> quickly, registrations will be not affected because they will survive in
> the database and will be reloaded during the startup.
> Regarding sessions, ser is transaction-stateful -- that means it doesn't
> remember any state during the call, it keeps state only when a
> transaction is active which usually during INVITE and BYE transactions.
> If you restart the server during INVITE or BYE transaction (i.e. when
> the server processed INVITE or BYE and is waiting for 200 OK), the
> server will forward 200 OK statelessly so user agents will not notice
> that. It may affect more complicated things like forking or accounting
> on the server.
> As you can see, restarting of the server is really not a problem because
> user agents (even those in the middle of a call) will not notice that if
> you do it quickly.
> On 05-08 14:52, Kevin Chu wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Does SER support run-time configuration? For example, can we modify
> > the routing logic (like changing the destination to different PSTN
> > at run-time without restarting SER or effecting the ongoing sessions?
> > Regards,
> > Kevin
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