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Juan Manuel Acevedo
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Hi:

 

I see a lot of expired files (18.000 per day) recorded at PBX folder, I dont know why these files are produced niether how to avoid his recording.

 

The fact is that in a PBXnSIP with a large number of calls the existence of these files make waste a lot of processor resources making inestable the system.

 

If anybody knows how to avoid them please tell me.

 

Best regards and thanks

 

Juan Manuel Acevedo

 

acevedo1@une.net.co

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I see a lot of expired files (18.000 per day) recorded at PBX folder, I dont know why these files are produced niether how to avoid his recording.

 

The fact is that in a PBXnSIP with a large number of calls the existence of these files make waste a lot of processor resources making inestable the system.

 

If anybody knows how to avoid them please tell me.

 

Whow, that is a lot. It seems there is a problem with the proper disconnect of the call, maybe a SIP interop problem. Maybe it makes sense to catch the SIP traffic and pick one specific Call-ID. Then it should be possible to find out what the problem is.

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