lorentedford at gmail.com
Tue Dec 15 15:51:55 EST 2015
Actually i am using Ubuntu Server 64 bit however this problem has been
found in as i mentioned earlier in a reply in Debian and in Centos.. Centos
at first i didnt think the problem existed however after looking into it
deeper it did exist and similar scenario with debian on my dial distro out
at the repeater system.. I primarily use ubuntu though on the rest of my
servers ie home server and data center along with my test server.. The only
dial distro i have at moment is running my two repeaters which are located
off site. My centos version was running on a netbook seemed to run great
other than the zombie process as i explained earlier in my email..
Loren Tedford (KC9ZHV)
Email: lorentedford at gmail.com
Main Line:1-631-686-8878 Option 1 for Loren.
Fax Line 1:1-618-551-2755
On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 2:46 PM, kk6ecm <kk6ecm at gmail.com> wrote:
> Which version are you using (Debian or CentOS), and how is it decreasing
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Dec 15, 2015, at 11:12 AM, Loren Tedford <lorentedford at gmail.com>
> I found an issue here today with rc.updatenodelist for some reason their
> was multiple pids with multiple instances of this running on my server so
> here is what i did to fix this problem.
> in side /etc/asterisk/ folder i created a directory called scripts Example
> mkdir scripts
> then inside this directory i created a script called nodelistupdate.sh
> Example nano nodelistupdate.sh
> Once nano has opened up here is what i put inside the script.
> killall /usr/local/bin/rc.updatenodelist
> sleep 2s
> killall rc.updatenodelist
> sleep 4s
> ## Exit nano by ctrl x and saving changes with a y
> Next i updated crontab-e to point to my directory and location of my script
> */30 * * * * sh /etc/asterisk/scripts/nodelistupdate.sh
> This so far has worked for me and has decreased memory by almost half on
> my server.. I hope this helps some one out that is having issues with this
> process running away with its self 73's Have a Merry Christmas!!
> Loren Tedford (KC9ZHV)
> Email: lorentedford at gmail.com
> Main Line:1-631-686-8878 Option 1 for Loren.
> Fax Line 1:1-618-551-2755
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