[OpenSIPS-Users] opensips and vserver

Jeff Pyle jpyle at fidelityvoice.com
Sun Nov 15 13:45:54 CET 2009


For performance reasons it¹s not a good idea to run a Mediaproxy Relay in a
vserver.  Testing is one thing, but production scaling is another entirely.
Running Mediaproxy Dispatcher attached to an Opensips instance in a vserver
works great, however.  Mediaproxy¹s architecture allows you to separate the
relays from the dispatchers.  In my case, I have two dedicated relay boxes
connecting to three dispatchers, where the dispatchers are running with
Opensips all in Xen VMs.  It works quite well for me.

- Jeff

On 11/14/09 7:31 PM, "erik pepermans" <cpu1 at telenet.be> wrote:

> Hi,
> I setup opensips+radius+asterisk on a CentOS machine -
> Currently there are 3 asterisk servers each running in its own vserver. Radius
> and the accounting part is running in another vserver.
> Opensips is again running in another vserver and communicating with the 3
> asterisks.
> My question: If I want to add mediaproxy, is it better to run
> opensips+mediaproxy outside any vserver or can I join it to my current
> opensips vserver ?
> Brgds
> Erik

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