Asterisk 1.2 Crashing On X64 When Transferring A Call

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Yes, I know, but I’m a 1.2 Luddite.

1.2 on 32 bits has been stable and rock solid for almost 10 years, but the client wanted to try it on a 64 bit version of CentOS 5.9.

It all seems to be working OK, but when the customer service agents transfer a call they got from a queue, Asterisk crashes.

Has anybody else had issues running 1.2 (or similarly ancient versions) on
64 bit OSes?

Can anybody remember back that far?

One thought on - Asterisk 1.2 Crashing On X64 When Transferring A Call

  • 2013-06-28 23:33, Steve Edwards skrev:

    I’ve used the latest 1.4 on amd64 (Debian 6) since the beginning of
    2012. Before that I was running Debian 5 (32 bit).

    Rock-solid and no crashes at all, but no transfers either.

    Maybe you can use 32-bit with PAE? This way you can use up to 64G memory in the server, but maximum 4G per process.