[SR-Users] DMQ module issues
s.safarov at gmail.com
Thu Sep 16 09:37:26 CEST 2021
As I understand, the 5.2.5 version is stable.
Issue happens during Kamailio upgrade current latest stable release.
On Thu, Sep 16, 2021 at 10:22 AM Daniel-Constantin Mierla <miconda at gmail.com>
> the commit you references has nothing to do with version 5.2.5 -- it was a
> revert of commits done during 5.5.x development.
> So the issue should be somewhere else, unless it was a mistake in typing
> the version and instead of 5.2.5 was supposed to be 5.5.2.
> On 16.09.21 09:13, Sergey Safarov wrote:
> you need to make sure you used the latest commits in branch 5.5 or used
> On Thu, Sep 16, 2021 at 9:22 AM Zé Santos <individuoestima at gmail.com>
>> Hi guys, I am currently using kamailio v5.2.5 and running it inside a
>> container. I already attempted to upgrade the kamailio to the latest
>> version however the problem persists.
>> This is the core dump that I got from using gdb:
>> Core was generated by `/usr/sbin/kamailio -f
>>> /etc/kazoo/kamailio/kamailio.cfg -m 512 -M 64 -x tlsf -w'.
>>> Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault.
>>> #0 0x000000000071c63c in select_cfg_var (res=0x7ffd57d49b10,
>>> s=0x7f2649395040, msg=0x7ffd57d4c340) at core/cfg/cfg_select.c:211
>>> 211 i = *(int *)p;
>> It seems that the problem is with this line:
>> modparam("dmq", "notification_address", "sip:DMQ_NOTIFY_ADDRESS")
>> Also, I only have this issue while running on an AWS instance, I have the
>> same setup on my local computer, however kamailio is able to start
>> While kamailio is starting, I have this line
>> #!substdef "!DMQ_NOTIFY_ADDRESS!10.10.10.10:5090!g"
>> It seems that after DMQ is able to obtain the IP address, when it comes
>> to actually sending the message, it is interpreting the ip address of the
>> DMQ_NOTIFY_ADDRESS as an integer and then it gives out a segmentation fault
>> and the module stops.
>> Another interesting thing is that if the DMQ_NOTIFY_ADDRESS is the
>> MY_IP_ADDRESS variable instead of the 10.10.10.10, it seems to work
>> #!substdef "!DMQ_NOTIFY_ADDRESS!MY_IP_ADDRESS:5090!g"
>> It also doesn't seem related to the ip being in a variable, since I
>> already tried using a DNS record, and once again, it is able to obtain the
>> IPs from the DNS record, and the same issue applies.
>> Has anyone ever seen anything like this? I can't find any evidence of
>> this actually happening.
>> Thank you kindly for your time.
>> Best Regards,
>> José Santos
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