[OpenSIPS-Users] OpenSIPS and 256 MByte of RAM.
razvan at opensips.org
Wed Mar 22 09:24:29 EDT 2017
OpenSIPS by itself performs very well :). However, in a call, OpenSIPS
is not all by itself: you need SIP clients, databases, DNS, and so forth
and so on. In order to have better performance, you have to increase
performance for each of these components. So you need to define what
exactly is drawing OpenSIPS back: is it the processing itself, is it the
database, is it the DNS and so on.
In order to pinpoint the components that have poor performance, OpenSIPS
provides some thresholds that you can use to measure different stuff in
the script, such as DNS queries, message processing  or mysql
queries. You should try to profile each of these and figure out what
exactly is happening in your platform, to find out what exactly you
On 03/22/2017 03:12 PM, Rodrigo Pimenta Carvalho wrote:
> I was getting some problems with OpenSIPS and its performance in a
> hardware with 1 CPU and 256 MByte of RAM.
> When I moved my OpenSIPS to another hardware with 2 CPUs and 516 MByte
> of RAM it became working very well !
> But, I have to move back my OpenSIPS to the 'poor' hardware!
> So, what configurations in OpenSIPS files should I set, to get better
> Any suggestion will be very helpful!
> Best regards.
> RODRIGO PIMENTA CARVALHO
> Inatel Competence Center
> Ph: +55 35 3471 9200 RAMAL 979
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