[asterisk-dev] Regarding CLI Command Result

bala murugan fightwithme at gmail.com
Tue Aug 5 21:09:47 CDT 2014

thank you mark

On Tue, Aug 5, 2014 at 11:56 AM, Mark Michelson <mmichelson at digium.com>

> On 08/05/2014 09:56 AM, bala murugan wrote:
>> Hi ,
>>    I installed asterisk 12 and when I run command connecting to CLI core
>> show taskprocessors  I see below results , not sure the processor name with
>> Hex char what it means has anyone got the same result and if possible can
>> explain how to interpret this results .
> res_pjsip.c uses a threadpool to distribute the work that it does. Some
> users of res_pjsip.c require that their work be handled in sequence, so
> they use serializers in order to group these tasks together. For instance,
> res_pjsip_session.c creates a serializer for each SIP dialog that it
> creates. This way, tasks pertaining to the dialog are handled serially, and
> there are fewer concurrency concerns regarding data scoped to the dialog.
> Serializers, internally, use an ast_taskprocessor in order to do their
> duty. Serializers created using the ast_sip_create_serializer() function
> use a UUID [1] to name their taskprocessors. The output that you have
> pasted shows many taskprocessors with UUIDs as names, which likely are all
> serializers in the SIP stack.
> I hope that answers your question.
> Mark Michelson
> [1] http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4122.txt
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