Summary:ASTERISK-10511: channel.c:780 channel_find_locked // deadlocks. -URGENT
Reporter:Jefferson (jeffnetworks)Labels:
Date Opened:2007-10-12 04:31:30Date Closed:2007-10-12 10:12:45
Versions:Frequency of
Description:Dear All,

I am posting this bug, because i found this reported and no answer how to solve it.
The asterisk is used for wholesale termination minutes from a customers ip to remote gsm gateways that are behind nat.

When there are not many calls coming in they seem to connect ok, but when there are more they don’t seem to connect well.

Oct 11 09:12:40 ERROR[5776]: chan_sip.c:11577 sipsock_read: We could NOT get the channel lock for SIP/gsm261-081c2a70 - Call ID 1e58602223819c1648acd4ad3c4397fd (at) 208.65.xx. xxx


Oct 11 09:12:40 ERROR[5776]: chan_sip.c:11578 sipsock_read: SIP MESSAGE JUST IGNORED: BYE

Oct 11 09:12:40 ERROR[5776]: chan_sip.c:11579 sipsock_read: BAD! BAD! BAD!

Oct 11 09:12:11 WARNING[2051]: channel.c:780 channel_find_locked: Avoided deadlock for '0x81f7c48', 9 retries!


Oct 11 09:48:56 WARNING[5776]: chan_sip.c:1228 retrans_pkt: Maximum retries exceeded on transmission 178-1-1192114075 (at)6 5.39.xx.xx for seqno 1 (Critical Response)

At one point everything worked fine, but after asterisk version changes and such we havent been able to get it to work well again.


This post is located at (someone wants to pay for this issue to be solved) :
Comments:By: Russell Bryant (russell) 2007-10-12 10:12:45

Version 1.2 of Asterisk is no longer supported.