[asterisk-users] OpenVZ with asterisk 13
ikka.tirta at gmail.com
Tue Apr 7 10:14:35 CDT 2015
Dear Guenther B.
This server is not for call center. Its for office and appartment with +/-
900 sip users.
The asterisk server will be split to 3 OpenVZ Virtual server in 1 proxmox
server (but they will have clustering server in another proxmox server) and
1 database server (mysql), and it also use OpenVZ - Proxmox server.
If its for call center with 300 concurrent call, I already have my
experience with that situation, that I use 3 server, 1 for asterisk, 1 for
database, and 1 for web application.
Dear Mitul L.
Yes, I will do that. I dont know why my boss love openvz so much. But he is
a stubborn man...
Thx & best regards...
On Tue, Apr 7, 2015 at 9:36 PM, Mitul Limbani <mitul at enterux.in> wrote:
> Show him this freaking thread, or else ask him to prove it otherwise.
> We all here have decades of exp dealing with asterisk.
> On 07-Apr-2015 7:27 PM, "Ikka Tirtawidjaja" <ikka.tirta at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Mitul,
>> I already told my boss about it, I really want a single box, no virtual,
>> but my boss insist.
>> He said that openvz use less resource then KVM (or other virtual for
>> I really need a solid analysis to argue with him.
>> On the other hand, dahdi cannot be installed in openvz virtual server.
>> I dont have any experience with openvz at all.
>> On Tue, Apr 7, 2015 at 8:47 PM, Ikka Tirtawidjaja <ikka.tirta at gmail.com>
>>> Dear all,
>>> Is anyone has experience making Asterisk server with virtual server
>>> OPEN-VZ (in proxmox 3.4 box) ?
>>> My boss want to build a production server with it, and it will have +/-
>>> 300 sip user (concurrent call maybe < 150 call)
>>> Is it good to go, or not ?
>>> I really hope someone who have experience with it willing to share with
>>> Thanks in advance...
>>> Best Regards,
>>> Ikka - Jakarta, Indonesia
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