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The method I will be using involved a script that will be generating
calls on 6 PRI channel and will be answered by 6 other PRI channels on
the same machine. The ougoing calls are send to a context that involves
DTMF interaction. The receiving part is an other script that simulates
uesr’s DTMF inputs.

As soon as a PRI channel if free, the scripe generating the calls set’s
up an other call.

This is to mimic our IVR Broadcaster engine we have written.


Andre Courchesne
Concepteur Logiciel - Software Designer
PrivalODC Inc.
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http://www.privalodc.com

Diego Iastrubni wrote:

[quote] Very fine,

I would like to explain how I did my tests, since IMHO there is no much
documentation about this subject on the net.

What I did was, putting this mini script into a cron file which was run
every hour:


SIZES=ps fuax | grep asterisk | grep -v grep | awk '{printf("%d %d\n", $5,$6); }'
echo " date: $SIZES, calls " >> /tmp/mylog
generate 60 calls which simply plays a 1 hour file (using 60 call files)

With this scenario you will have a constant load of 60 calls on your
box. After 7-10 hours, you should generate a graph (time vs rss), and
you will see a constant increase in memory usage by the asterisk
process. I also measured the SIP calls (using asterisk -rx ‘sip show
channels’ and some awk).

If you have a better idea how to implement this test, I will be glad to
hear it and learn.

Andre Courchesne wrote:

[quote] I will do the same and my tests will start on Monday afternoon.

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