[OpenSIPS-Users] What would be the best way to get CDRs from opensips considering opensips handles heavy traffic load

Aqs Younas aqsyounas at gmail.com
Sat May 5 03:30:55 EDT 2018

Thanks for reply. Opensips handles around 2000 concurrent calls with cps of
40 at the peak time. I see when opensips writes in ACC and my portal runs
queries on the same table, opensips process almost comes to halt and a
restart is always needed to make it alive.

I want opensips to do something like just write CDRS in file/post somewhere
or put in rabbitmq queue and do continue with processing sip traffic. Also,
i would prefer to have something built-in instead of building my own CDRs.

Best Regards,

Aqs Younas

On Sat, 5 May 2018 at 5:46 AM, Jon Abrams <ffshoh at gmail.com> wrote:

> If you don't need them immediately, you can use the old fashion write CDRS
> to syslog. Rotate the log file every so often to process the CDRs. Journald
> is too slow for this though - you must use rsyslog or syslog-ng.
> If you use the builtin OpenSIPS accounting and need results more
> real-time, then I'd look at RADIUS accounting. If you generate your own
> CDRs, then there are the event datagram and rabbitmq modules that provide
> opportunities.
> Out of curiosity, what do you consider heavy traffic?
> - Jon
> On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 4:32 PM, Aqs Younas <aqsyounas at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Greeting list,
>> I would like to ask expert option,  how they are getting CDRs from
>> opensips which handles heavy traffic.
>> Actually I don't want to have opensips mantain database connections and
>> write records in a single table acc.
>> Best Regards,
>> Aqs Younas
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