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Load Balancer Issue

Sathyanarayanan R

We are using Opensips load balancer module to make outbound calls, when we pump more than 30 CPS, load in the load balancer is not decreased even after the call ends. Beyond certain point opensips service stops with the error “Opensips dead but subsys locked”. How this problem should be approached and solved?

 

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Sathya


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Re: Load Balancer Issue

Bogdan-Andrei Iancu
Hi,

I see here 2 reports:
1) opensips "dies" - check the log files for error messages to see why
opensips stopped
2) load not decreasing - this means the BYE is missing or is not
properly processed by opensips, so it thinks the call is still on. If
you see that the BYEs are passing through, you could enable debugging
only for the loose_route() function (use set_debug() function) to see if
the BYE matches or not. Also you can check via teh "dlg_list" MI
function the state of the ongoing calls.

Regards,
Bogdan

Sathyanarayanan R wrote:

>
> We are using Opensips load balancer module to make outbound calls,
> when we pump more than 30 CPS, load in the load balancer is not
> decreased even after the call ends. Beyond certain point opensips
> service stops with the error “Opensips dead but subsys locked”. How
> this problem should be approached and solved?
>
> Regards,
>
> Sathya
>
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