[asterisk-users] OpenVZ with asterisk 13
mitul at enterux.in
Tue Apr 7 13:47:12 CDT 2015
With that kind of load, your users shall start complaining about choppy
audio or voice clarity on random occasions, and you wont have a clue where
to look for the problem.
Enterux Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
110 Reena Complex, Opp. Nathani Steel,
Vidyavihar (W), Mumbai - 400 086. India
email: mitul at enterux.in
On Tue, Apr 7, 2015 at 9:57 PM, Jeff LaCoursiere <jeff at jeff.net> wrote:
> On 04/07/2015 10:48 AM, Johan Wilfer wrote:
>> Den 2015-04-07 15:41, Ikka Tirtawidjaja skrev:
>>> 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)
>> As long as you don't overload the server it works great. I've used OpenVZ
>> to separate Asterisk instances from each other. For my application (mostly
>> conferencing) I can put ~ 350 concurrent calls on a single HP Xeon server.
>> OpenVZ is not really like KVM but more like Solaris containers or BSD
>> jails. Docker is mostly using the same Kernel api:s that OpenVZ uses, but
>> OpenVZ also has some cusom stuff.
>> If you need Dahdi you will need to give the VE's access to these devices,
>> there are articles out there that explain how this is done.
>> Good luck!
> We use LXC (what is under Docker) instead of OpenVZ to separate asterisk
> instances, and when Dahdi is needed I typically run an asterisk instance
> "on the host" and have SIP trunks between the container and the host
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