Am 20.12.2010 21:39, schrieb Ernie Dunbar:
> We have an issue with our Asterisk install where Asterisk produces many
> Zombie processes (on the order of several hundred per minute) until either
> the Asterisk server is restarted (and the zombies die a natural death), or
> the kernel runs out of PID space (happens within hours) and brings the
> system to a halt.
> This problem only happens when the server is under some non-trivial load.
> We were testing this server with 8 SCCP phones, making up to five
> simultaneous calls through the DAHDI interface (a Digium Wildcard
> TE410P/TE405P (1st Gen)). Once our customers (nearly all SIP clients)
> start logging on and we get around 7 or 8 simultaneous DAHDI calls,
> Asterisk starts producing zombie processes at a high rate.
> We are using the following software:
> Debian Lenny 5.0
> Asterisk 220.127.116.11
> `dahdi show version`: DAHDI Version: 2.4.0 Echo Canceller: MG2
> Libpri 18.104.22.168
> A2Billing is also installed on this server, if that matters at all.
> Any help with this issue, including help in troubleshooting the cause, is
> highly appreciated.
What does /var/log/asterisk/messages say? And /var/log/syslog?