[OpenSIPS-Users] Hardware for openSIPS
osas at voipembedded.com
Wed Sep 10 16:40:10 CEST 2008
OpenSIPS is a multiprocess application and therefore it will take
advantage of a multicore architecture.
In the end, it all depends on what are you doing with the request and
how many (if any) db queries or other queries (like radius, dns, enum
...) are you performing per processed message.
You will need to do fine tuning on your config to get the best out of
it, by reducing to a minimum all the queries that might block your
normal execution path.
On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 7:45 AM, Guillaume Lacroix <gl at worldline.fr> wrote:
> I am currently using openSER 1.2 and will shortly switch to openSIPS
> 1.4. Yet, I would like to know which hardware would best suit the new
> Indeed, as far as I see on my current installation, the CPU can get
> quite busy (it can jump to 60%), but the load is still quite low (always
> less than 0.5). Some other stuffs are running on the server (mainly a
> MySQL DB for example) and should contribute to the use of the CPU. The
> current server has a Xeon 3,2 Ghz with 1 Go RAM.
> I have read that memory is one of the key element for openSIPS, so I
> guess I will use 2 or 4 Go on the new installation.
> My question is then more specifically on the CPU : would it hurt or
> improve the performances to switch to a quad or dual core CPU with a
> lower frequency (less then 3 GHz - 2,66 Ghz for example) compare to the
> actual installation (Xeon mono core with 3,2 GHz) ?
> Thanks and regards,
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