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crashing...

PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:57 am
by AndrewZ
Hello

My server is crashing from time to time (during the call) with the debug output like this
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[Sep  6 10:48:18] WARNING[7405] chan_skype.c: Unable to ring user 'SkypeUserName'
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Wrote message "#1BF2  a 1133 1343 1137="2987""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Got message (len=23) "c 1133 1122 1137="2987""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Got message (len=12) "#1BF2 b 0="""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7007] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Wrote message "#1BF3  a 1133 1871 1850="1157" 1137="2987""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7007] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Got message (len=16) "#1BF3 b 1157="0""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Wrote message "#1BF4  a 1133 1343 1137="2987""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Got message (len=12) "#1BF4 b 0="""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] ERROR[7405] astobj2.c: refcount -1 on object 0x9cc59d0
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Wrote message "#1BF5  a 1133 1343 1137="2987""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Got message (len=12) "#1BF5 b 0="""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] ERROR[7405] astobj2.c: refcount -2 on object 0x9cc59d0
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Wrote message "#1BF6  a 1133 1343 1137="2987""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Got message (len=12) "#1BF6 b 0="""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] ERROR[7405] astobj2.c: refcount -3 on object 0x9cc59d0
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Wrote message "#1BF7  a 1133 1343 1137="2987""
[Sep  6 10:48:18] NOTICE[7405] core.cpp: TRANSPORT: Got message (len=12) "#1BF7 b 0="""


Can anybody suggest the solution? If extra debug is needed please advise what should I collect.

I'm running Asterisk 1.6.1.6 and SFA 1.0.2

Thanks!

PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2009 8:49 pm
by citizenkane
If it is working fine then you make a call to quick this will happen. Try waiting about 30 seconds after each skype call. This should fix your crash. Make sure you do a full reboot before you try, or shut down all the channels one at a time and restart them.

Kane

PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 1:41 pm
by twilson
1.0.2 had a problem where it would crash on failed calls. This is fixed in 1.0.5 which I put up for download today. Sorry for the inconvenience.