[asterisk-users] Question regarding custom announcements used by several Asterisk servers

Olli Heiskanen ohjelmistoarkkitehti at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 05:00:25 CST 2015

Oops, quite right, how typoful of me!

Thanks for the excellent points, I'll look into gluster and puppet and see
may way onwards from there.


2015-02-06 12:32 GMT+02:00 Gareth Blades <mailinglist+asterisk at dns99.co.uk>:

> On 06/02/15 07:54, Olli Heiskanen wrote:
>> My goal is to allow my users record their own queue announcements and
>> choose which announcements they want to use in each queue. I have several
>> Asterisk servers and a Kamailio server which dispatches call traffic
>> between the Asterisks. Question is, is it possible to have something like a
>> NSF disk shared between several asterisk servers and store custom
>> announcements there, where all Asterisks would use them? I expect to have
>> to place the files under whatever I configure in asterisk.conf.
>> Additionally, can I place the announcements in subfolders under that
>> directory and in my realtime queue table use values something like
>> '/subfldr/myannouncement'?
> I assume you mean NFS.
> Yes you can do that although using NFS you will then have a single point
> of failure and in the standard NFS client configuration if you try to
> access a file which is on NFS but it is unavailable then the file access
> will hang.
> So you might be better off having the files copied onto each of the
> asterisks servers local file storage or use a redundant file system such as
> gluster.
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