[Users] how to refresh REGISTER state when restarting redundant proxy
cesc.santa at gmail.com
Sun Apr 22 13:33:06 CEST 2007
Though it is not my field of speciality, you most probably wanna synch
directly the Mysql database ... maybe mysql provides such "sync"
function, otherwise you may have to write some script or such ... This
way on boot the db is already sinch'd
On 4/22/07, Alan Crosswell <alan at columbia.edu> wrote:
> I already have persistence across restarts wth mysql support. The issue
> is that with replicated servers, using t_replicate(), if one is down for
> several hours or days (e.g. due to a hardware failure -- which is why we
> are replicating in the first place), then it no longer has current state
> and needs to acquire it somehow.
> Bogdan-Andrei Iancu wrote:
> > Hi Alan,
> > if you need persistence over restarts, you need to use mysql support.
> > regards,
> > bogdan
> > Alan Crosswell wrote:
> >> We are using t_replicate() to replicate REGISTERs among redundant
> >> proxies (and a separate presence server that needs REGISTER for
> >> pua_bla). Before reinventing the wheel here, I thought I'd ask if
> >> others already have a method in place to re-sync a restarted proxy's
> >> state? I guess one way is to pull the usrloc data from mysql....
> >> Another would be to somehow ask the proxy to walk the usrloc table and
> >> do a bunch of t_registers()...
> >> Any thoughts appreciated.
> >> /a
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