ndemou Posted December 1, 2015 Report Share Posted December 1, 2015 Looking at directories cdrt and cdri the numbering of files is not continuous. cd /opt/pbxnsip/pbx/cdrt ls | grep "337114..xml" 3371140.xml 3371141.xml 3371142.xml <---|___where's 3,4? 3371145.xml <---| 3371146.xml 3371147.xml 3371148.xml 3371149.xml It's not very common of course: ls | grep "336.....xml"|wc -l 9986 that's two CDRs out of 10000... I've checked my backups for the last two months and I have the same rare but reoccurring jumps in numbering I feel like cold water is running down my spine... P.S. Checked the logs of the last 3 days for severity levels ... and I don't see something that I can correlate: grep -h "^\[[0-2]" /opt/pbxnsip/pbx/log/2015-1-*|grep -v 'Reject call because\|connection refused\|Hangup reason:\|expired call'  20151130102621: SMTP: Illegal state  20151130134339: Writing to row that does not exist, ignoring request  20151130225655: Timeout: Call 153 not found  20151201095035: Writing to row that does not exist, ignoring request  20151201095608: Writing to row that does not exist, ignoring request  20151201112834: SMTP: Illegal state  20151201120229: Writing to row that does not exist, ignoring request  20151201120229: Last message repeated 2 times  20151201131824: SMTP: Illegal state  20151201142546: SMTP: Illegal state Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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