[OpenSIPS-Users] Opensips 2.5 and fraud module

Liviu Chircu liviu at opensips.org
Wed Apr 4 10:26:38 EDT 2018

Ok, it seems the UTC theory was right. Quoting from "man gmtime_r":

"The gmtime() function converts the calendar time timep to broken-down 
time representation, expressed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)".

This is an ugly behavior IMO (to reset counters at 21:00), and we should 
consider the timezone-adjusted local time, perhaps using localtime_r(). 
Does this sound like a more natural behavior to you?


Liviu Chircu
OpenSIPS Developer

On 04.04.2018 16:54, Denis via Users wrote:
> Ok, i will check it.
> And what about "sequential call"? Should i make TT?
> P.S. I will ask you about one thing yet.
> Can i detect current 'time' using Opensips script? And compare it someway?
> Thank you.
> -- 
> С уважением, Денис.
> Best regards, Denis
> 04.04.2018, 15:13, "Liviu Chircu" <liviu at opensips.org>:
>> Did OpenSIPS crash or restart between 0:25 - 3:20? I double checked, and
>> "total_calls" cannot be reset in another way.
>> Another possibility is that the code sees GMT time. Since Москва is on
>> GMT+3, this may well explain the situation: first calls were placed
>> around 21:25 GMT, then the "total calls" limit was hit. At 0:00, the
>> counters were reset, so another 29 calls successfully passed through
>> starting with 0:20.
>> Let's keep an eye out for the "total calls" metric during normal hours,
>> for a couple of days, so we confirm the above hypothesis (or not).
>> Best regards,
>> Liviu Chircu
>> OpenSIPS Developer
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