1. Would say CDR_ODBC has a greater chance than CDR_CUSTOM (if I may call
them both as such) to become a bottleneck under pressure ?

2. I didn't know about batch mode existence. Thanks for presenting it.
In such batch mode, where are stored CDRs before being written to files or
database ? Does it also apply to data later found in cdr-scv/Master.csv
file ?

2018-02-22 18:14 GMT+01:00 Richard Mudgett <rmudg...@digium.com>:

>
>
> On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 5:23 AM, Olivier <oza.4...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I'm load testing a new Asterisk 13 system (Debian  Stretch, packaged
>> asterisk).
>> One system writes CDR though an ODBC connection to a local Postgres
>> database over the LAN.
>>
>>
>> When sending 50 new calls per second with SIPp, I'm seeing one system
>> outputs :
>> taskprocessor.c: The 'subm:cdr_engine-00000003' task processor queue
>> reached 5000 scheduled tasks again.
>>
>> This [1] thread mentions such limit.
>>
>> I was thinking of simply writing CDR entries to a local file before
>> centralizing them into my database.
>>
>> What would you suggest on this topic ?
>>
>
> You should get better CDR performance enabling batch mode which is
> disabled by default for legacy reasons.
>
> The CDR code processes all call events in one thread to create CDRs.  This
> thread is what processes the
> 'subm:cdr_engine-00000003' task processor queue you mention above.  If you
> don't have batch mode enabled
> then that same thread also has to immediately write the CDRs to each back
> end configured.  If you do have
> batch mode enabled then the CDRs are passed to another thread to write to
> the back ends.
>
> You need to be using at least v13.19.1 or v15.2.1 to also have some CDR
> performance enhancements to
> help CDR processing of call events.
>
> For information about ODBC connection pooling performance problems see [2].
>
> Richard
>
> [2] http://blogs.asterisk.org/2016/06/15/asterisk-odbc-connections/
>
>
>>
>>
>> Best regards
>>
>> [1] http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-dev/2016-June/075607.html
>>
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