[Serusers] replication and rtpproxy

Arnd Vehling av at nethead.de
Thu Feb 26 21:02:42 CET 2004

Nils Ohlmeier wrote:
>>Thats the case. I am working on a simple setup using linux-ha with
>>heartbeat, ip failover and native mysql db synchronisation.
> Hopefully you are aware that db synchronisation currently does not work with 
> the user location db, because it is cached it memory.

? I did set "usrloc" "db_mode" 1. So the usr locations should get 
committet imediatly. (Performance Issue, I know..)

> It always a trade-off: calculate how remany calls you really have to make over 
> your RTP-proxy (depends on your users behind NAT and how many calls will be 
> made) and multiply it with the probability that your server hardware will 
> fail. And then compare this number to the effort to build a HA-RTP-proxy 
> (which does not mean that your SIP proxy should be HA). I think nearly all 
> people will come to the conclusion that it is not worth the effort.

Yupp, youre right about that.

best regards,


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