Author Topic: Yate does not behave correctly as a signal proxy  (Read 1560 times)

marian

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Re: Yate does not behave correctly as a signal proxy
« Reply #15 on: September 02, 2016, 05:22:09 AM »
Keep in mind: Yate is not a SIP proxy: it's a B2BUA.
The call legs are processed separately. ACKs are sent automatically.
Another specific behavior: if a final response is received shortly after a provisional message (before the provisional message is processed) the provisional message will be dropped.
I've seen in log a 200 OK received just after 180 Ringing.

In your system the logs indicates a slow database or too many queries.
Call route/execute takes about 5 seconds each (leading to about 10 seconds delay in forwarding a call): you may ignore it if you can live with it.

The issue seems to be messages processed by cdr builder.
The cdr builder emits a lot of messages. They will be serialized by the database module. The sending thread will wait until the message is processed.
This will delay other messages processing.
Try the following:
- Change 'poolsize' in mysqldb.conf (try setting it to 10): this will increase the number of database connections.
- If not necessary try to disable cdr update in database (the 'cdr_update' parameter in register.conf): this will save a lot of database accesses, you may loose some cdr status if yate crashes