Well, both the 'query' command and final logging confirm that the labels
are correct for the respective from-tags:

Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: Final packet stats:
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: --- Tag 'F00E08C8-2966E6E7' (label 
'outbound'), created 0:34 ago for branch '', in dialogue with 
'sansay1987955648rdb39660'
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: ------ Media #1 (audio over RTP/AVP) using 
PCMU/8000
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: --------- Port    4.5.6.7:8118  <>   
47.39.154.156:2234 , SSRC 4149441922, 112 p, 19264 b, 0 e, 30 ts
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: --------- Port    4.5.6.7:8119  <>   
47.39.154.156:2235  (RTCP), SSRC 4149441922, 1 p, 84 b, 0 e, 30 ts
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: --- Tag 'sansay1987955648rdb39660' (label 
'inbound'), created 0:34 ago for branch '', in dialogue with 'F00E08C8-2966E6E7'
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: ------ Media #1 (audio over RTP/AVP) using 
PCMU/8000
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: --------- Port    4.5.6.7:8098  <>   
8.9.10.11:63736, SSRC 790287681, 438 p, 75336 b, 0 e, 24 ts
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: --------- Port    4.5.6.7:8099  <>   
8.9.10.11:63737 (RTCP), SSRC 0, 0 p, 0 b, 0 e, 34 ts
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: --- SSRC 4149441922
Feb 14 05:10:32 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[7354]: INFO: 
[c6fa30199831602c397d627d5a2662d3]: ------ Average MOS 4.4, lowest MOS 4.4 (at 
0:03), highest MOS 4.4 (at 0:03)

But for some reason, the "B" PVs just aren't being populated, even
though I use the labels: 

        if(check_route_param("proxy_media=yes")) {
                $avp(rtpengine_a_label) = 'outbound';
                $avp(rtpengine_b_label) = 'inbound';

                rtpengine_delete();

                route(LOG_RTPENGINE_STATS);
        }

And have the PVs referenced:

        modparam("rtpengine", "mos_A_label_pv", "$avp(rtpengine_a_label)")
        modparam("rtpengine", "mos_B_label_pv", "$avp(rtpengine_b_label)")

This is using rtpengine:mr5.5.3 and kamailio:5.1 latest clone.

-- Alex

On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 09:39:59PM -0500, Alex Balashov wrote:

> Ah, okay, coercing it to use Convert::Bencode (for lack of CentOS
> rh524-perl Bencode module) was not a productive thing to do. :-)
> 
> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 09:29:49PM -0500, Alex Balashov wrote:
> 
> > After I finally got the Perl client to work, unfortunately it raised
> > more questions than answers. :-)
> > 
> > [root@evaristesys-legacy rtpengine]# perl utils/rtpengine-ng-client list
> > Result dictionary:
> > -----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----
> > {
> >   result => 'ok',
> >   calls => [
> >     '835853f6cbf2a03ac8329bb92b0d1c8a'
> >   ]
> > }
> > ----->8----->8----->8----->8----->8-----
> > 
> > [root@evaristesys-legacy rtpengine]# perl utils/rtpengine-ng-client query 
> > --call-id=835853f6cbf2a03ac8329bb92b0d1c8a
> > Error reason: "Unknown call-id" at 
> > /opt/rh/rh-perl524/root/usr/share/perl5/NGCP/Rtpengine.pm line 43.
> > 
> > Feb 14 02:28:38 evaristesys-legacy rtpengine[29025]: WARNING: 
> > [SCALAR(0x855cd8)]: Protocol error in packet from 127.0.0.1:58000: Unknown 
> > call-id [d7:call-id16:SCALAR(0x855cd8)7:command5:querye]
> > 
> > -- Alex
> > 
> > On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 07:34:30PM -0500, Richard Fuchs wrote:
> > 
> > > On 2018-02-13 07:32 PM, Alex Balashov wrote:
> > > > Hi Richard,
> > > > 
> > > > On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 06:34:53PM -0500, Richard Fuchs wrote:
> > > > 
> > > > > It's the min, max, and average between the two call legs (and other
> > > > > contributing sources that may have been involved in the call).
> > > > When you say "between", do you mean the average of the values of the two
> > > > respective legs?
> > > 
> > > The average is the average between the two, the min is the min between the
> > > two, and the max is the max between the two.
> > > 
> > > Cheers
> > > 
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