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Adrian Georgescu
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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

David J.-2
Mediaproxy can handle at least one simultaneous call, regardless of the hardware resources available providing no other program competes with the same resources on that machine. Bigger scalability can be achieved by adding more hardware.

???

Mediaproxy can handle at least one simultaneous call?

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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

Steven E. Ames
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:) Brilliant:

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Mediaproxy can handle at least one simultaneous call, regardless of the hardware resources available providing no other program competes with the same resources on that machine. Bigger scalability can be achieved by adding more hardware.

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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

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Some people reportedly saw at least two calls, but they had a different sense of humor.

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Mediaproxy can handle at least one simultaneous call, regardless of the hardware resources available providing no other program competes with the same resources on that machine. Bigger scalability can be achieved by adding more hardware.

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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

Dani Popa
truly, i saw it, it can handle it least one call!


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Some people reportedly saw at least two calls, but they had a different sense of humor.

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Mediaproxy can handle at least one simultaneous call, regardless of the hardware resources available providing no other program competes with the same resources on that machine. Bigger scalability can be achieved by adding more hardware.

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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

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Reporting in - could not get 1 call to work.

I then enabled scalability mode - can now verify 1 call works great. 

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truly, i saw it, it can handle it least one call!


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Some people reportedly saw at least two calls, but they had a different sense of humor.

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Mediaproxy can handle at least one simultaneous call, regardless of the hardware resources available providing no other program competes with the same resources on that machine. Bigger scalability can be achieved by adding more hardware.

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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

Brett Nemeroff
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Wait wait wait....

Can you please clarify.. does "one simultaneous call" mean one call, or two?

Certainly this means two?


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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

‪H Yavari‬ ‪
Hi,
This means that we can't use mediaproxy for high load environments that CPS is high? What about RTPproxy?
For using the maximum capacity of OpenSIPS(250k), what solution is best for media handling?

Best Regards,
H.Yavari



Wait wait wait....

Can you please clarify.. does "one simultaneous call" mean one call, or two?

Certainly this means two?


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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

Adrian Georgescu
You would need a much better sense of humour to be able to scale up :-)

Adrian

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Hi,
This means that we can't use mediaproxy for high load environments that CPS is high? What about RTPproxy?
For using the maximum capacity of OpenSIPS(250k), what solution is best for media handling?

Best Regards,
H.Yavari



Wait wait wait....

Can you please clarify.. does "one simultaneous call" mean one call, or two?

Certainly this means two?


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http://mediaproxy.ag-projects.com/projects/mediaproxy/wiki/Scalability

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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

‪H Yavari‬ ‪
So what is this means Adrian???



You would need a much better sense of humour to be able to scale up :-)

Adrian

On 06 Mar 2014, at 08:50, H Yavari <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,
This means that we can't use mediaproxy for high load environments that CPS is high? What about RTPproxy?
For using the maximum capacity of OpenSIPS(250k), what solution is best for media handling?

Best Regards,
H.Yavari



Wait wait wait....

Can you please clarify.. does "one simultaneous call" mean one call, or two?

Certainly this means two?


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http://mediaproxy.ag-projects.com/projects/mediaproxy/wiki/Scalability

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Re: MediaProxy scalability FAQ updated

Dani Popa
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Well, RTPproxy doesn't announced  even till today that it can handle at least one call! Still waiting!


On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 12:50 PM, H Yavari <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,
This means that we can't use mediaproxy for high load environments that CPS is high? What about RTPproxy?
For using the maximum capacity of OpenSIPS(250k), what solution is best for media handling?

Best Regards,
H.Yavari



Wait wait wait....

Can you please clarify.. does "one simultaneous call" mean one call, or two?

Certainly this means two?


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http://mediaproxy.ag-projects.com/projects/mediaproxy/wiki/Scalability

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‪H Yavari‬ ‪
Please clarify "handle at least one call" ? what is this means? 



Well, RTPproxy doesn't announced  even till today that it can handle at least one call! Still waiting!


On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 12:50 PM, H Yavari <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,
This means that we can't use mediaproxy for high load environments that CPS is high? What about RTPproxy?
For using the maximum capacity of OpenSIPS(250k), what solution is best for media handling?

Best Regards,
H.Yavari



Wait wait wait....

Can you please clarify.. does "one simultaneous call" mean one call, or two?

Certainly this means two?


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http://mediaproxy.ag-projects.com/projects/mediaproxy/wiki/Scalability

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Adrian Georgescu
Hi H.

The FAQ is suppose to be humorous as there is no good absolute answer for what is the exact scalability of MediaProxy.

If it is not fun to you please accept my apologies, it is not meant to offend anybody.

Adrian

On 06 Mar 2014, at 17:34, H Yavari <[hidden email]> wrote:

Please clarify "handle at least one call" ? what is this means? 



Well, RTPproxy doesn't announced  even till today that it can handle at least one call! Still waiting!


On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 12:50 PM, H Yavari <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,
This means that we can't use mediaproxy for high load environments that CPS is high? What about RTPproxy?
For using the maximum capacity of OpenSIPS(250k), what solution is best for media handling?

Best Regards,
H.Yavari



Wait wait wait....

Can you please clarify.. does "one simultaneous call" mean one call, or two?

Certainly this means two?


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http://mediaproxy.ag-projects.com/projects/mediaproxy/wiki/Scalability

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H,
I'm sure the FAQ was a joke.. The reason for all the joking around is that there is no way to answer this question. It's the reason for the ridiculous answer to begin with.

In old-school hardware based telephony, you had these expensive DSPs. Each DSP gave you a specific number of channels that you could support. No more than that. With software based DSP, your maximum capacity has to do with the specific performance of your server. Because of the wide variety of hardware configurations available out there, there is no way to predict how many channels can be supported. The number of processors, the kind of processors, the amount of memory and speed of the memory, the kind of motherboard and it's speed, the kernel you are running, other processes on the same server, potential virtualization, etc, etc, etc,.. All of these factors will heavily influence the max number of ports you can run.

The real answer here is. it can likely handle one port. It can probably handle two.. If you want it to do more than that, you'll need to fire it up and hit it hard and see where it breaks. 

All that being said, it'd be great for people to publish their "pushing it to it's limits" stories, but I doubt anyone will share that. :) 

Good luck!
-Brett



On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 1:34 PM, H Yavari <[hidden email]> wrote:
Please clarify "handle at least one call" ? what is this means? 



Well, RTPproxy doesn't announced  even till today that it can handle at least one call! Still waiting!


On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 12:50 PM, H Yavari <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,
This means that we can't use mediaproxy for high load environments that CPS is high? What about RTPproxy?
For using the maximum capacity of OpenSIPS(250k), what solution is best for media handling?

Best Regards,
H.Yavari



Wait wait wait....

Can you please clarify.. does "one simultaneous call" mean one call, or two?

Certainly this means two?


On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 10:15 AM, <[hidden email]> wrote:
http://mediaproxy.ag-projects.com/projects/mediaproxy/wiki/Scalability

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