ticket open #997542
How about checking if the package was recently updated?
rpm -qa --last | less
looking for asterisk16-res_digium_phone (assuming using 16)
asterisk18-res_digium_phone-3.6.5-1.sng7.x86_64 Tue 14 Sep 2021 05:54:41 PM UTC
but I just upgraded to 18 so that makes sense…
Hmm, does the switch version command leave the old version around? If so, try it for the asterisk16 one.
Does ‘dmesg’ output show anything other than the digium module segfault?
Hmm, and does ‘yum list updates’ show anything needing updating?
Try updating AND rebooting the PBX.
fwconsole ma upgradeall fwconsole chown fwconsole reload yum update -y reboot
already been done but I’ll give it another try
watch those fwconsole commands for any weird errors (perhaps append: | tee -a /tmp/fwconsole.log)
only error was:
In Process.php line 239: The command "/sbin/asterisk -rx 'core show version'" failed. Exit Code: 1(General error) Working directory: /var/spool/asterisk Output: ================ Error Output: ================ Unable to connect to remote asterisk (does /var/run/asterisk/asterisk.ctl exist?) reload [--json] [--dry-run] [--skip-registry-checks] [--dont-reload-asterisk]
but I suspect that’s because asterisk was crashed at that moment.
rebooted… error still happening
Then try first:
fwconsole stop yum update -y reboot
Start asterisk after boot (give it two three minutes to start on it’s own):
installed the sangoma-devel and debug packages but not sure what to do after that… instructions are kinda all over the place on that pages…
sorry… a bit confused on how to upload the info
Ultimately one of your libraries is mismatched. You have jumped through the hoops so I will assume you are using distro builds of all of the asterisk packages. Perhaps you built a library or installed a 3rd party RPM for something like libssl or one of the other dependent libraries. Something is not “binary compatible” with the asterisk build.
Do you have any 3ed party repos?
Have you (or anyone) compiled any libraries?
You can see the linked libraries with ^^^
nothing 3rd party… this is a vanilla distro system
Is it possible you have a hardware specific (often memory related) problem ? ( the coredump always seem to happen after accessing similar mapped address space)
boot into it and wait a few hours . . .
unfortunately… ERROR: memtest86+ does not support EFI platforms.
I think not… asterisk crashes when the phones try to connect…
Then obviously unrelated .