Summary:ASTERISK-00300: Adding more licenses to G.729 cause repeating loop of warning messages
Reporter:jerjer (jerjer)Labels:
Date Opened:2003-09-24 03:52:15Date Closed:2011-06-07 14:00:56
Versions:Frequency of
Description:After registering 10 more G.729 licenses to my existing set of licenses, I get flooded with the following error messages, until I reach the 2gig file size limit then asterisk explodes.


Error Opening channel:0 call va_g729_init_global(..) prior to open!
WARNING[16384]: File codec_g729b.c, Line 201 (lintog729_new): No available g729 resources for channel 0
WARNING[16384]: File codec_g729b.c, Line 342 (lintog729_framein): G729 resources are not allocated, exiting
Comments:By: jerjer (jerjer) 2003-09-24 03:57:10

Even safe_asterisk failes to keep Asterisk online with this bug

By: Mark Spencer (markster) 2003-09-24 08:34:50

How did you "add" licenses?  Sounds like somehow your licenses aren't setup right

By: jerjer (jerjer) 2003-09-24 12:09:12

./Registration <my new registration code>

Then after all the legalese I got a please wait and success message

By: Brian West (bkw918) 2003-09-24 19:39:09

don't think you can add.  Or atleast thats my understanding.

By: Mark Spencer (markster) 2003-09-25 08:19:33

I believe that will replace your old one, so you only get the new ones.

By: zoa (zoa) 2003-09-26 10:22:00

i can confirm that they will replace your old one.
There seem to be a lot of issues with the Registration binary, on #asterisk lots of people are complaining that its not working on some scsi systems.

JerJer, I had a similar problem like yours, but it got resolved by running ldconfig.

By: jerjer (jerjer) 2003-09-29 01:30:44

nope, ldconfig didn't solve it for me :(

By: Ricardo Villa (ricvil) 2003-10-08 00:47:33

I had a similar problem with my license upgrade.  I went from 2 to 4 licenses.  When I ran the Registration I got a message like this:
Do you accept the terms of this agreement? yes(y) or no(n)y
...Please wait a few seconds
sh: tmp: Is a directory

Registration successful!
and after this Asterisk failed to even start.  I went back and realized that I had not run the Registration binary in the /usr/src/asterisk directory.  I ran it again and the result was:
Do you accept the terms of this agreement? yes(y) or no(n)y
...Please wait a few seconds

Registration successful!
...so it looked better now...and Asterisk started up just fine.