dgarstang at oneeighty.com
Sun Nov 27 05:04:23 CET 2005
I have read the tm documentation, many many times. I guess I don't follow, probably because I didn't write the code.
The docs for tm say that setting fr_timer_avp overrides fr_timer. So? Why does it need to be overridden? Why not just use fr_timer?
If the lcr module doesn't have any timers of it's own, then what these for...?
I really don't even get the point of what an AVP is. Something to do with databases. I don't see why database interaction is needed to set a timer. That's crazy.
From: Juha Heinanen [mailto:jh at tutpro.com]
Sent: Sat 11/26/2005 5:38 PM
To: Douglas Garstang
Subject: RE: [Users] t_check_status
Douglas Garstang writes:
> Why do I need to set this timer using an avp? Is this mandatory? Why?
read tm documentation.
> I find it hard to believe I need to integrate with a database to set
> a timer. Why can't I just set the other timers instead? And, as
> before, what's the relationship between them? Why don't the lcr
> timers have an effect? In fact, why are they even there? They don't
> seem to have any use.
lcr module doesn't have any timers of its own. it just uses tm timers.
> And you didn't answer my question about t_check_status. That has
> nothing to do with timers. t_relay() times out, t_check_status is
> used to check the code of the last SIP message, which was null
> because there _was no_ reply, and somehow t_check_status magically
> matches 408|500|503....?
i only responded to your lcr related question. t_check_status has
nothing to do with lcr.
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