[OpenSIPS-Users] session flag

Podrigal, Aron aronp at guaranteedplus.com
Fri Oct 9 01:40:37 CEST 2015

If you use avp db write back = 2 the avp's are kept in memory and are syncd
to the database on demand or when process is idle. Avp's is does exactly
that, and is across the entire dialog. Can you explain why avp's are
inefficient for your use case?
On Oct 8, 2015 7:35 PM, "Tito Cumpen" <tito at xsvoce.com> wrote:

> Group,
> I was wondering if there is such a thing as a session flag? What I mean by
> this is can a flag be stored and checked against the entire session in
> memory and not a single transaction like setflag. I've considered using an
> avp for this but I understand it would add a considerable load. I am having
> an issue dealing with reinvites in respects to rtpengine since the original
> transaction invite flags don't apply during a reinvite. Alternatively
> another route could be used during lr and to tag but I'll still have a hard
> time differentiating the type of call identified on initial invite and the
> media params I need to apply during a reinvite of this type. If anyone has
> any ideas please advise.
> Thanks,
> Tito
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