[asterisk-users] App Read() kills call when file doesn't exist

Steve Murphy murf at digium.com
Thu Apr 26 12:09:26 MST 2007

On Thu, 2007-04-26 at 10:44 -0700, Doug Garstang wrote:
> I don't know if this is a recent issue... When the read() application is 
> given a file that does not exist, it aborts the ENTIRE dial plan. That 
> can't be right. Playback() and Background() don't do this. Couldn't find 
> a bug in mantis for it...
> [Apr 26 17:20:12] VERBOSE[14611] logger.c:     -- Executing 
> [s at macro-VMDepositIntro:5] Read("SIP/xx.yy.69.210-009c3f40", 
> "Key|/usr/local/vm/539/2-greet|1|n|1|1") in new stack
> [Apr 26 17:20:12] VERBOSE[14611] logger.c:     -- Accepting a maximum of 
> 1 digits.
> [Apr 26 17:20:12] WARNING[14611] file.c: File /usr/local/vm/539/2-greet 
> does not exist in any format
> [Apr 26 17:20:12] WARNING[14611] file.c: Unable to open 
> /usr/local/vm/539/2-greet (format 0x4 (ulaw)): No such file or directory
> (hangup routine called here...)
> Is this expected behaviour?

IMHO, probably not!

Can you file a bug? Otherwise, we'll all forget, and it'll never get
fixed. If nobody else gets to it, I will, when the CDR's calm down.


> Doug.

Steve Murphy
Software Developer
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