[Spce-user] mediator doesn't start after upgrade to mr3.4.2
mstorck at voipgate.com
Tue Oct 28 09:54:00 EDT 2014
I always forget to mention the obvious, of course I tried to restart, stop;start, etc.
Now I found some output in /var/log/ngcp/cdr.log:
cdr.log:Oct 28 14:47:40 johndoe mediator: Error inserting cdrs: Data truncated for column 'call_type' at row 4
cdr.log:Oct 28 14:47:40 johndoe mediator: Shutting down.
cdr.log:Oct 28 14:47:40 johndoe mediator: Successfully shut down.
cdr.log:Oct 28 14:47:40 johndoe mediator: Unlocking mediator.
Now, I see that something is wrong with the SQL query during CDR insertion, but I have absolutely no idea how to fix this.
From: Spce-user [spce-user-bounces at lists.sipwise.com] on behalf of Alex Lutay [alutay at sipwise.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 13:29
To: spce-user at lists.sipwise.com
Subject: Re: [Spce-user] mediator doesn't start after upgrade to mr3.4.2
Try to start it manually:
> /etc/init.d/mediator start
Also you can "watch" all the logs to get more debug/details:
> tail -n0 -f /var/log/ngcp/* -f /var/log/syslog
and trigger mediator restart while you are watching all logs.
I hope it will help you find the reason of your issue.
On 28/10/14 11:34, Marc Storck wrote:
> after an upgrade to mr3.4.2 the mediator doesn't keep running.
> The files /var/run/mediator.pid and /var/lock/mediator.lock are created.
> The pid files contains a PID but when calling "ps faux|grep $pid"
> (replace $pid with the pid value found in the .pid file), there is no
> process with that PID.
> Furthermore the syslog contains no single line concerning the mediator,
> so I don't have the slightest clue where to start looking.
> Could some please provide me some pointers where I could start digging?
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