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Snom One PBX Multi-Core support ?


rudik
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Searching through the forum i found that the 'old' pbxnsip supports use of only one core from a multi-core processor. Has this changed in Snom-One PBX software (32 of 64 bit) or still only uses one core ?

 

We are searching for new hardware for our new PBX. Is it true that a dual core processor might perform better than a quad core processor as long as the internal clock speed of the dual core is higher than the clock speed of the quad core ?

 

Lets start a discussion about this...

 

RudiK

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The answer is: The PBX runs on one core. We will not change that, there are too many implications that will negatively affect the stability.

 

You can still utilize multiple cores by running multiple instances of the PBX. Instead of virtualization, you can bind the PBX to different IP addresses and ports, run them in different working directories, so that they can co-exist on one system. The only limitation you have then is the number of calls in one domain, which will practically limit the number of extensions to something like 500 extensions.

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The only limitation you have then is the number of calls in one domain, which will practically limit the number of extensions to something like 500 extensions.

 

snom One - can you explain more on that limitation? I don't get why we would be limited to X calls for one domain.

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