[asterisk-users] Strange problem with PRI on 64-bit?

Tony Mountifield tony at softins.co.uk
Wed Apr 4 06:18:22 CDT 2018

In article <CAHZ_z=wt3SAQnDOy26umPeC9=UNS8zg_WOofMnGuD=yntAmHPg at mail.gmail.com>,
Matt Fredrickson <creslin at digium.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 3, 2018 at 4:38 PM, Tony Mountifield <tony at softins.co.uk> wrote:
> > In article <CAHZ_z=w5DMg93gShtC93kuC+fnmraPgV46BS956U5BQXVgyhxg at mail.gmail.com>,
> > Matt Fredrickson <creslin at digium.com> wrote:
> >> That does seem quite odd.  If I remember right, those messages would
> >> come up if it looked like the other end hadn't received a message when
> >> it thought it should have.  I can't think of anything that would
> >> particularly impact 64 bit systems versus 32 bit systems in that
> >> domain (ISDN real time message timing, etc).  Are you sure there's
> >> nothing else different (kernel version or something else like that)?
> >> Maybe also run a patlooptest on the spans in question to make sure
> >> that they're running cleanly.
> >
> > Hi Matt, thanks for the reply.
> >
> > Both the 32-bit and 64-bit were fresh installs of the latest CentOS 6.9 from
> > online repositories using a kickstart build. I'm going to try installing the
> > 64-bit version again tomorrow to see if the problem re-appears, just to be
> > certain it wasn't anything transient. I don't think there is anything unclean
> > about the spans, because they were running fine on CentOS 4 with the versions
> > I mentioned, and are now running well again with 32-bit CentOS 6.
> Hey Tony,
> The paylooptest recommendation wasn't necessarily about screening
> hardware problems but weeding out that there weren't any potential
> driver issues on the 64bit install.

Ok, sure. I assumed that DAHDI would have had a lot of use on 64-bit by now,
especially since RHEL 7 is 64-bit only (although I believe CentOS 7 has been
made available also in 32-bit).

I've just done a 64-bit rebuild again, so will do some tests.

Tony Mountifield
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