[OpenSIPS-Users] 1.7 hangs on disabling rtproxy instances

Chris Martineau chris at ghosttelecom.com
Mon Aug 1 10:32:43 CEST 2011

Hi Razvan,


Thanks for the quick response.


I am using 8189.


One other thing, I have been getting individual calls hanging as well
resulting in calls never clearing down. When I track the times of these
calls they always coincide to the second with errors on the opensips log
associated with rtpproxy. Usually incorrect port 0 errors. Not sure if
this is related but get it a lot which is also causing a pain as when
this happens the timeout on loss of rtp also fails so the calls never






From: users-bounces at lists.opensips.org
[mailto:users-bounces at lists.opensips.org] On Behalf Of Razvan Crainea
Sent: 01 August 2011 09:24
To: users at lists.opensips.org
Subject: Re: [OpenSIPS-Users] 1.7 hangs on disabling rtproxy instances


Hi Chris,

What svn revision are you using? I remember you reported this issue, but
I think this should be fixed in the latest svn.


Razvan Crainea
OpenSIPS Developer

On 01.08.2011 10:51, Chris Martineau wrote: 



I have raised this issue before but now I have had it cause the system
to go offline overnight.


I noticed the problem initially when you disable an rtpproxy instance
from the cache screen on opensips-cp. Basically the system would block
whilst doing a timeout/proxy does not respond process refusing to step
onto the next proxy resulting in the system just hanging.


This morning the system was hung and on checking the cache noticed one
of the proxies disabled. Re-enabled it and the system burst back into


I have 8 rtpproxy instances spread across 2 media servers.


Having multiple instances/servers works okay spreading the load but is
pretty useless if the system hangs when one of them goes offline! This
has only been since 1.7 as 1.6 worked fine.


Any help you could offer would be great as this is a major problem.





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