[SR-Users] Monitoring Dispatcher

Tim Bowyer timbo at timbo.net.au
Thu Jun 7 09:04:53 CEST 2018

Thanks for the prompt reply Alex!

Trying to get my head around the best way to use the module.
By the looks I need to statically create profiles which will be used as counting groups.  
Since each destination is dynamically created thus named with a fairly random ID, I can't see how this could work.

Have tried using variables but I get a heap of errors.  The process will only start if I use static profile names.

Is there another sneaky way to get around this?  When a new container is spun up, a new entry is added to the dispatcher table and the dispatcher reloaded.
Likewise to trigger a container to start draining calls we remove from dispatcher then reload before waiting for all calls to finish and stop the container.


Tim Bowyer

-----Original Message-----
From: sr-users <sr-users-bounces at lists.kamailio.org> On Behalf Of Alex Balashov
Sent: Thursday, 7 June 2018 10:42 AM
To: Kamailio (SER) - Users Mailing List <sr-users at lists.kamailio.org>
Subject: Re: [SR-Users] Monitoring Dispatcher

It sounds like the dialog module might be your best bet. 

On June 6, 2018 10:40:38 PM EDT, Tim Bowyer <timbo at timbo.net.au> wrote:
>Hi All,
>Currently trying to work out the best way to keep track of how many 
>calls are being sent to any given dispatcher destination.
>I remember being able to do this years ago with the load balancer 
>module in OpenSIPS: opensipsctl fifo lb_list.
>Dispatching algorithm '10' seems to be the best fit for my 
>requirements, as I'm essentially wanting to send calls to a large 
>quantity of FreeSwitch docker containers acting as fax receiving nodes.
>Equal weight, just filling them in some balanced fashion.
>Any hints or ideas would be much appreciated!
>Kind regards,
>Tim Bowyer

-- Alex

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