Re: x100p & messages documentation
Yate allocate a lot of threads depeding on what's necessary. H323 needs
more threads then sip, which needs more threads then iax.
Threads have nothing to do with modules in fact :).
Anyway Yate message engine use a thread called "worker" - if you will
telnet 127.0.0.1 5038 and use status you will see how many workers your
yate need. Normaly is only one, but if Yate notice that worker dosen't do
the job fast enough is starting a new one, until maximum number of 10.
> Diana Cionoiu napisał(a):
> >Hello Maciek,
> >Yate dosen't work right now with x100p, even if we have the card, but we
> >didn't had time yet to write the support :(
> >There is a big effort in yate 0.8.6 - cvs to standardize the messages. We
> >are still disscusing about that, and then we will publish a document with
> >everything explained.
> Thread model is also interesting. Will Yate allocate threads to modules,
> calls, messages?