[asterisk-users] CDR mysql: timeout when remote database unavailable

Fourhundred Thecat 400thecat at gmx.ch
Sun Jun 7 01:54:43 CDT 2020

 > On 2020-06-06 10:38, Antony Stone wrote:
> On Saturday 06 June 2020 at 09:18:11, Fourhundred Thecat wrote:
>> In a situation when I start asterisk, and the remote database is
>> unreachable, asterisk waits for several minutes before it actually
>> starts (before it loads sip module, etc).
>> And when database is unreachable during operation, when call happens,
>> sometimes the call is connected, other times it waits for mysql and call
>> times out.
>> or what would be the best solution in my case ?
> I would install a local copy of MySQL (to the same machine as Asterisk) so
> that it is definitely available, tell Asterisk to write to that, and then set
> up replication to the remote MySQL instance which is sometimes unavailable.

That is an interesting suggestion, which I'll consider.

But I would still like to know where the Aterisk mysql timeout duration
comes from, and whether it can be configured.


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