[asterisk-users] Asterisk on VM with NO DAHDI hardware
sruffell at digium.com
Thu Sep 13 09:35:55 CDT 2012
On Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 09:49:37AM +0200, Olivier wrote:
> 2012/9/13 Shaun Ruffell <sruffell at digium.com>
> > On Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 11:52:40PM -0400, Mark Robinson wrote:
> > > I know that asterisk on virtual machine require a timing source.
> > > What would you suggest to use for timing? We will plan to use only
> > > SIP and IAX2.
> > If you're on a newish kernel (something later than v2.6.22), can use
> > app_confbridge instead of app_meetme, and do not need app_page
> > (unless you can can join the beta / wait for Asterisk 11) you can
> > simply use res_timining_timerfd.
> How do you specify this ?
> Passing options when compiling asterisk from source ?
It should build by default if your platform supports it.
In menuconfig, check that the module is enabled:
"Resource Modules" : [*] res_timing_timerfd
Ensure that res_timing_timerfd.so is loaded in
noload => res_timing_dahdi.so
noload => res_timing_pthread.so
load => res_timing_timerfd.so
And you can ensure you have a timing source in asterisk with timing
test, which will also show which timing source you're using:
*CLI> timing test
Attempting to test a timer with 50 ticks per second.
Using the 'timerfd' timing module for this test.
It has been 1000 milliseconds, and we got 50 timer ticks
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