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Re: [Bayonne-devel] Strange things...

From: Dmitry Agafonov
Subject: Re: [Bayonne-devel] Strange things...
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 19:55:22 +0400
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Julien Chavanton wrote:

Hi Dmitry,

Do you still have problem, are you using GlobalCall?
No, "dialogic" driver...

I am curious about the problem you experiment.
Yes. But I am not sure this is a real problem so I post my message...


-----Original Message-----
From: Dmitry Agafonov [mailto:address@hidden Sent: October 4, 2004 7:13 AM
To: Bayonne; David Sugar
Subject: [Bayonne-devel] Strange things...


I have a very strange feeling of something wrong in bayonne behaviour...
We have a number of production servers using bayonne for a while.
We run bayonne-1.2.11 and here is some details on it's state:

# netstat -an|grep bayonne
unix 2 [ ] DGRAM 3236857 /var/run/bayonne/bayonne.pkt unix 2 [ ] DGRAM 3664072 /var/run/bayonne/bayonne.pkt unix 2 [ ] DGRAM 4083887 /var/run/bayonne/bayonne.pkt unix 2 [ ] DGRAM 2775085 /var/run/bayonne/bayonne.pkt unix 2 [ ] DGRAM 2796914 /var/run/bayonne/bayonne.pkt
# lsof -cbayonne.bin > lsof-cbayonne.bin
{see attached file}

Please note - server was run without a reboot only for 10 days and I have enabled
restart feature in the bayonne.conf
There are a _lot_ of opened files, sockets and devices (5896). I guess file number is
too large for single E1 Dialogic board...
Another server (>month uptime) has much more entries in the "netstat" and "lsof" output.

What's this?

PS: All services seems to work properly, but we have some glitches from time to time...


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