[SR-Users] SIP register - memory size
joseseabra4 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 12:58:07 CET 2016
That is a good idea and would be great to have that information also from
When i finish these measurements i will share it here for sure.
2016-02-02 10:43 GMT+00:00 Daniel-Constantin Mierla <miconda at gmail.com>:
> if there are many interested, maybe would be a good idea to try to collect
> such details per phone and scenario type, like:
> - direct connection to server (nat and no-nat)
> - connection via outbound proxy (nat and no-nat)
> We can make a wiki page for it. If you do some measurements and share them
> here (not for all cases, only for what you need), I will create the wiki
> page and try to add more from some of my deployments.
> On 02/02/16 10:56, José Seabra wrote:
> Hello Daniel.
> Thank you for your clarification,
> 2016-02-02 9:53 GMT+00:00 Daniel-Constantin Mierla < <miconda at gmail.com>
> miconda at gmail.com>:
>> On 28/01/16 17:01, José Seabra wrote:
>> > Hello there,
>> > Can anyone tell me what is the exactly memory size that kamailio use
>> > for one sip register saved on memory?
>> > How much memory i need allocate to kamailio in order to support
>> > 50.000 subscribers.
>> this depends a lot on your environment as well as devices that are used,
>> because size of username, domain, contact, path header, call id, etc.
>> have direct impact in the size of the record.
>> The best way to estimate is to register 1000 phones, get the size of
>> used shared memory. The register 2000 phones and then get again the size
>> of used shared memory. Make the difference and divide by 1000, then you
>> should get a fair estimation of a location record. Of course, assuming
>> no other traffic is done through the server that could cause use of
>> shared memory.
>> Daniel-Constantin Mierla
>> http://twitter.com/#!/miconda - http://www.linkedin.com/in/miconda
>> Book: SIP Routing With Kamailio - <http://www.asipto.com>
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> José Seabra
> Daniel-Constantin Mierlahttp://twitter.com/#!/miconda - http://www.linkedin.com/in/miconda
> Book: SIP Routing With Kamailio - http://www.asipto.comhttp://miconda.eu
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