[Spce-user] *calls exceeded for*
mstorck at voipgate.com
Fri Oct 31 08:32:48 EDT 2014
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I’m using mr3.5.1.
I have used ' ngcp-kamctl proxy fifo dlg_list’ to see the active calls. Yet in my case there was no active call for my test user and outgoing calls were still rejected with maximum calls exceeded. I will try to isolate the issue a bit further, but I would appreciate any hints where to look :-D
Chief Information Officer
On Oct 31, 2014, at 11:18 AM, Andrew Pogrebennyk <apogrebennyk at sipwise.com> wrote:
what version are you running? Until 3.5 the dialogs were stored in
mysql, now it's in Redis DB. In any case you can view the list of active
dialogs in kamailio with a command like:
ngcp-kamctl proxy fifo dlg_list
Check if there are any stale calls and if you find how to reproduce the
stale call please provide the kamailio-proxy.log.
There is also a command to delete the dialog at the link posted above.
Hope this helps.
On 10/30/2014 01:40 PM, Marc Storck wrote:
I'm seeing calls being blocked with different variants of "* calls
exceeded for *". One of my test users had zero calls when I replicated
the issue. Concurrent_max=3 and concurrent_max_out=2, so the call
shouldn't be blocked. I'm trying to figure out where that stale
information could come from.
Can someone tell my where the CE version keeps track of concurrent calls?
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