[asterisk-users] Live Recording on the NAS?

Tiago Geada tiago.geada at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 13:55:13 CDT 2015



you can run a shell command that moves the file to its final location,
after being written on ramdisk. This seems the simple way to do it

On 9 October 2015 at 11:53, jg <webaccounts173 at jgoettgens.de> wrote:

> I am planning to move Asterisk from physical server to a VM on a ESXi
> host.
> VMware datastore / VM's will be stored on the shared storage on the NAS
> (NSF). I might get Synology NAS.
> Do you store call live recording on the NAS? There would be around 60
> concurrent calls recording at the same time and it may cause network
> bottleneck.
> There will be other VM's stored on the NAS like Windows Servers, Linux
> Servers, Database, etc.
> 60 concurrent alls sounds like a lot. I'd work with a RAM-disk and some
> post-processing to be safe. I have a low priority background task that
> moves finished sound files to a file server and converts them to mp3. The
> software that accesses the audio looks for both formats at both places. I
> think it is generally a good idea to handle file issues outside of Asterisk.
> jg
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