[Users] Can I run this SIP server without running mysql.
daniel at voice-system.ro
Thu Nov 17 14:33:46 CET 2005
if you want a demo system, then you can use dbtext driver for DB -- this
is a replacement of mysql or postgress. It has several limitations (e.g:
everything is loaded in memory and written back when the server shut
down), see the readme of the module. There is openserctl.dbtext which
can help you to manage dbtext files.
For production, mysql, postrgess or radius are recommended.
On 11/17/05 11:05, Bogdan-Andrei Iancu wrote:
> if you want to have users with passwords on your system you need DB
> (or Radius) support. You need to run a mysql/postgres server , to
> install the openser DB (run openser_mysql.sh create). Than you can add
> persistent users.
> Without DB support, you can configure opsenser to accept any user
> without authentication.
> Mahesh Krishnan wrote:
>> I have the SIP server running. But I am not able to
>> add any users.
>> Do I have to install mysql to add users.
>> Unfortunately the documentation is also not good.
>> It mentions only how to start the server and then
>> thats it.
>> I stop it basically by killing it. [Ctrl-C].
>> I installed it by compiling and linking it from
>> Basically this is what I am looking at.
>> 1. Installed and started SIP server. -- Works
>> 2. try to add a user with openserctl -- fails. no mysql connection.
>> I do not have mysql started on my system.
>> -- Mahesh.
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