Summary:ASTERISK-12592: voice file updation issue
Reporter:testing123 (jankrishnan)Labels:
Date Opened:2008-08-16 00:55:41Date Closed:2008-09-03 17:25:24
Versions:Frequency of
Environment:Attachments:( 0) voice_updation.txt
Description:i ran the asterisk process and then i made the call, to record this, passed the monitor command through the asterisk manager interface.Then the asterisk created two voice files(in and out streams).Using linux "watch" command i watched the voice file updation for every second. In that, one stream getting updated at regular intervals(within a second) but other stream is not getting updated at regular intervals(taking more than 2 seconds for updation). Here i require both  streams should be updated properly at regular intervals(within a second).

Kindly suggest me or give your feedbacks on this?

Comments:By: testing123 (jankrishnan) 2008-08-16 01:56:50

herewith i attached the watch output(for .25second). In that, out stream voice file is not updated regularly. Please refer the attachment for clarification.

By: testing123 (jankrishnan) 2008-08-18 03:42:01

please give me the directions on this.

By: Mark Michelson (mmichelson) 2008-09-03 17:25:21

This isn't really an Asterisk issue so much as it is an issue of using buffered I/O for the recordings. The Monitor application was not designed to update the file system in realtime. The goal is to provide accurate recordings of the call.

If there is a problem with the sound files after the call has completed, then that is an issue which another developer or I will gladly fix, but this is not something worth fixing since 99.9% of the time this is not an issue and the effort and performance tradeoff associated with fixing this is not worth it.