[SR-Users] shared dialogs
: Paolo Visintin - Time-Net S.r.l.
paolo.visintin at timenet.it
Wed Oct 18 22:58:29 CEST 2017
I have gone in deep and made more tests, the behaviour is this:
kamailio.01 and kamailio.02 shares the same dialog database, for sync
If call is handled by kamailio.01 I can see dialogs only in kamailio.01
If call is handled by kamailio.01 and, in the meantime, I restart
kamailio.02 I can see dialogs in both!
So I suppose that there's a sync memory > DB and not a bi-directional sync.
Only at startup kamailio fetch existing dialogs and store them in memory,
I tried another approach now, enabled DMQ sync with:
modparam("dialog", "enable_dmq", 1)
with separate port dedicated for DMQ messages
Dialogs are synced, but when a call is hangupped kamailio crashes!
4(1570) INFO: tmx [t_var.c:527]: pv_get_tm_reply_code(): unsupported
route_type 64 - code set to 0
22(1588) CRITICAL: <core> [core/pass_fd.c:277]: receive_fd(): EOF on 15
0(1549) ALERT: <core> [main.c:742]: handle_sigs(): child process 1570
exited by a signal 11
0(1549) ALERT: <core> [main.c:745]: handle_sigs(): core was generated
0(1549) INFO: <core> [main.c:768]: handle_sigs(): terminating due to
5(1571) INFO: <core> [main.c:823]: sig_usr(): signal 15 received
1(1567) INFO: <core> [main.c:823]: sig_usr(): signal 15 received
0(1549) CRITICAL: <core> [main.c:649]: sig_alarm_abort(): shutdown timeout
My purpose is to share dialogs and usrloc data between kamailio instances
(10 about) in order to manage shared dialogs.
2017-10-18 18:06 GMT+02:00 Daniel-Constantin Mierla <miconda at gmail.com>:
> On 17.10.17 10:27, : Paolo Visintin - Time-Net S.r.l. wrote:
> Hi kamailio users, I'm wondering if there's something already done with
> shared dialog among more kamailio instances, in order to manage branches
> initalized by another kamailio instance.
> ctually seems not possible (also with db mode) because kamailio is looking
> into caller/callee_sock and if it's different does not manage
> in a "standard" failover environment (master / slave) with vIP and
> keepalived and $fs = VIRTUAL_IP everything is working fine
> but in a distributed environment this could not happen as the relay is
> managed by a kamailio proxy
> I looked at the code and the dialog module just not sets the local socket
> fields if there is no match, but loads them from db and all should be fine,
> an existing socket will be used if there is a need to send BYE. What
> exactly you encointered? There is a warning message when the local socket
> is not matched, but it's about ignoring the socket field, not ignoring the
> dialog from db.
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