[OpenSIPS-Users] Differences between dialog replication and db_mode 1
bogdan at opensips.org
Thu Nov 2 13:03:09 EDT 2017
When using db_mode 1 (which makes the active opensips to write the
dialogs into DB in realtime), how to you load the dialogs from DB into
memory on the backup opensips ? do you restart it when becoming active ?
because under normal operations OpenSIPS does not read the DB dialogs.
The clustered based replication for dialogs has several advantages:
* you do not need the a DB at all for replication
* if you use DB for restart persistence, you can use the much
lighter db_mode 2 to avoid realtime and intensive DB ops
* you can create active-active scenarios
* it is a real-time replication
OpenSIPS Founder and Developer
On 11/02/2017 11:15 AM, Matine Tinthaitae wrote:
> I'm trying to set up an active/standby solution using floating ip.
> Only dialogs have to be shared.
> I've been using both the clusterer module dialog replication and the
> dialog module db_mode 1 with a shared database and both seem to do
> what i want, which is being able to kill the active node without
> losing call states.
> What's the difference/benefit of using the clusterer module over
> db_mode 1 in this scenario?
> Thank you!
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