[asterisk-users] Reload problems with 1.8.27 and 11.9.0 - Someone else ?

Administrator TOOTAI admin at tootai.net
Wed May 7 10:49:41 CDT 2014

Le 07/05/2014 17:22, Joshua Colp a écrit :
> Administrator TOOTAI wrote:
>> Le 07/05/2014 16:50, Rusty Newton a écrit :
>>> On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 2:46 AM, Administrator TOOTAI
>>> <admin at tootai.net> wrote:
>>>> I got it: if the filename is given in totality it's working (as you
>>>> do it).
>>>> It's the #include </path to directorie>/*.conf which is not taking in
>>>> account (here *.conf description)
>>> That still works for me as well.
>>> I switched to Asterisk 11.9.0 built fresh from a tarball with default
>>> compilation options.
>>> I contructed a basic sip.conf, and added this line to the end:
>>> #include /etc/asterisk/sip_includes/*.conf
>> Here is the point. Modify it the way explained in previous message, like
>> #include sip_includes/*.conf
>> You should face the problem. And if you run it twice in a raw, it will
>> do nothing the second time.
> Can you clarify this specific point? It's actually expected that if 
> nothing changes and you do a reload that nothing will happen. Just so 
> we're on the same page here...

It's  1.8.27 and 11.9.0 specific? I have in mind that if you do a reload 
even without any change the reload will going on. Anyway, it make sense 
to do nothing when there is no change. Please forget the "if you run it 
twice in a raw" I wrote above.

> #1 Do you mean that you make a change, do a reload, and nothing happens.
> OR
> #2 That you make a change, do two reloads, and the second one does 
> nothing.
> I was under the impression that #1 was going on.

#1 is the result of the bug related to the #include path
#2 you explain me that it's expected behavior, I don't have to focuse on it


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