[SR-Users] removing stuff

Daniel-Constantin Mierla miconda at gmail.com
Wed Aug 25 13:37:10 CEST 2010

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On 8/25/10 1:16 PM, Anders wrote:
> Thanks Daniel. I found out that the sip_trace was pretty straight
> forward to turn off, by running "kamctl fifo sip_trace off". So far,
> so good - no more massive data collection on that. Now I need to stop
> the radius accounting from collecting data to the 'radacct' table. I
> want to continue whatever goes to 'acc' - but I don't know if that
> data comes from the radius accounting too(?). So what do I do to stop
> collecting to 'radacct' but continue to 'acc'?

Accounting to radius is done by setting radius flag. Just remove all 
parameters to acc module that starts with radius_*


> Thanks!!
> --Anders
> On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 11:09 AM, Daniel-Constantin Mierla
> <miconda at gmail.com>  wrote:
>>   Hello,
>> On 8/23/10 9:32 AM, Anders wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> This concerns third party tools...I suspect.
>>> First - I run Kamailio 1.5 and use Siremis to calculate the calls
>>> (actually just the stored procedure and cron job defined, not the
>>> interface).
>>> I have earlier been messing around with CDRTools and radius, but I
>>> don't use these anymore. However, they seem to still be generating
>>> lots of data on this server and overloading MySql - so I really want
>>> to get rid of them. Specifically are my radacct and sip_trace tables
>>> in MySql getting huge, and keep being populated...and I want to stop
>>> this 'madness'. What do I do to stop/remove this? without putting the
>>> current installation at risk)
>> what do you want to clean? the radius accounting and siptrace from your
>> config?
>> If yes, then just edit kamailio config and remove parameters for radius
>> accounting and the siptrace module as well as sip_trace() function and
>> siptrace parameter from there.
>> Cheers,
>> Daniel
>> --
>> Daniel-Constantin Mierla
>> http://www.asipto.com/

Daniel-Constantin Mierla

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