It's wrong way I think.During asterisk installation (after "make install" command) run "make config". It creat start/stop script for asterisk and is't listed in ... [by svyat]
when I issue an '/etc/init.d/asterisk start' or 'service asterisk start' command, nothing happens, except for the single process 'astcanary /var/run/asterisk/alt.asterisk.canary.tweet.tweet.tweet 21756' briefly visible in the 'ps ax' output.
I checked /var/log/messages, syslog, daemon.log, asterisk/messages - there is nothing whatsoever.
I can run asterisk normally, and if I issue part of
I have been playing around with the /etc/asterisk directory, installing the related pacakge (asterisk-config), removing it, removing the directory manually (just playing around to get the configuration synced to my configuration repo).
I need to be able to collect core dumps, but since Asterisk's CWD is / (so claims procfs), it'll never be able to write them. I've confirmed my suspicions by allowing world write to / and SIGABRT the process, lo and behold, I had a core.
I can obviously use core_pattern to override system-wide, but I rather like the default behavior of dumping core to the cwd.
The current Asterisk AUR PKGBUILD is up-to-date for the latest version of Asterisk (Asterisk-12), but the FreePBX AUR PKGBUILD is out of date. Recently, FreePBX released (beta) their long anticipated version FreePBX-12 that is compatible with Asterisk-12. I also have FreePBX / Asterisk running on Debian, but I would love to see an ArchLinux version of FreePBX to go with the PKBBUILD fo
Everything works, tested on CSipSimple. But there is one problem: not much clients support TLS with client certs (Microsip and blink do not support)
How can I make asterisk do not require client certificates for TLS?
I am using Asterisk 22.214.171.124 and a MySQL database connected via ODBC to store CDRs. When my MySQL database isn't available when Asterisk starts or has an outage while Asterisk is running, I would expect Asterisk to retry to connect to the database, but this doesn't happen!