[asterisk-dev] my Asterisk is missing time...
atis at iq-labs.net
Wed Jan 23 12:17:43 CST 2008
On 1/23/08, Wolfgang Pichler <wpichler at yosd.at> wrote:
> Hi all,
> i have updated my old asteirsk version from 1.2.x to a newer 1.4.13 (some
> posts did suggested that the 1.4.13 release is the most stable so far) on a
> brand new hardware (Dell Poweredge 2950, Digium TE420P with hardware echo
> canceller). Zaptel is version 18.104.22.168, libpri is 1.4.3.
> Everything seems working - but from time to time i am lossing all calls on
> my PRI lines - after searching the logs i found one very interresting thing
> in the log file - as it seems my asterisk is missing some time. for normal i
> am getting some log entries (verbose level 3) per second - but before the
> line loose happens - i am missing 2 minutes of logs !!!! So it seems to me
> that asterisk is hanging somewhere - not able to log something - and also
> not able to take the data from the zaptel card...
> The system is running centos 5.1 with kernel 2.6.18-53.1.4.el5.centos.plus
> (SMP kernel) - zaptel, libpri and asterisk self compiled. The machine does
> have one Quad Xeon 3 GHZ processor.
> I am doing many asterisk manager queries - but also using the astmanproxy to
> avoid to many connections wasn't helping me - the problem still is there...
> Here is the log, as you can see at 16:11:04 there is the last entry - the
> next is 2 minutes later and does indicate that asterisk has really done
> nothing for the last 2 minutes...
> [Jan 23 16:10:56] VERBOSE logger.c: -- Executing
> [repark at ASPark:3] WaitMusicOnHold("Zap/38-1", "30000") in new stack
> [Jan 23 16:10:56] VERBOSE logger.c: -- Started music on hold,
> class 'waitforqueue', on Zap/38-1
> [Jan 23 16:10:59] VERBOSE logger.c: -- SIP/706-b7dcbba0 answered
> [Jan 23 16:11:04] VERBOSE logger.c: -- Remote UNIX connection
> [Jan 23 16:13:28] NOTICE chan_sip.c: Peer '704' is now UNREACHABLE!
> Last qualify: 49
> [Jan 23 16:13:38] NOTICE chan_sip.c: Peer '704' is now Reachable.
> (78ms / 2000ms)
> [Jan 23 16:13:48] NOTICE chan_zap.c: PRI got event: HDLC Bad FCS (8)
> on Primary D-channel of span 3
> [Jan 23 16:13:48] NOTICE chan_zap.c: PRI got event: HDLC Abort (6) on
> Primary D-channel of span 1
> [Jan 23 16:15:42] NOTICE chan_sip.c: Peer '704' is now UNREACHABLE!
> Last qualify: 199
> [Jan 23 16:15:52] NOTICE chan_sip.c: Peer '704' is now Reachable.
> (150ms / 2000ms)
> The big question is - should i use an other version of asterisk - does this
> gets caused by the newer zaptel version than asterisk version - how can i
> track down the problem (i could wait watching the logs until it happens -
> and then attach to the process - but i don't have time to wait some hours
> watching logs running through....)
> Hope someone here does have an idea what is happing....
I see the last entry is "Remote UNIX connection" - that means you
launched CLI. Do you have some cron jobs or anything that fetches some
status from asterisk? Queues with AgentCallbackLogin can sometimes
become unresponsive if you execute "show queues".
Or you launched CLI yourself? what was the response? Did you get
disclaimer and version info only, or CLI prompt too?
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