Asterisk users, We noticed that on Asterisk 12 zombie processes are being generated – They are released after a while, but we have around 10-20 zombie processes running.We are not sure if this is a normal behavior or an issue.We saw in the documentat..
You can run the script below as an hourly cron. Works for me. #!/bin/sh # clean-up Asterisk zombies # file clean_up.sh # $Id: clean_up all dead parent processes # use as cron task */30 * * * * root /usr/local/sbin/clean_up.sh ######### ##LOG=/var/log/asterisk/agi-cleanup…
Hi.I just want to make sure I understand this before doing something that might break things spectacularly for our users and customers:) We are using Asterisk 184.108.40.206 and my programming language of choice is Perl. I want, when a call comes in on someo..
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 ..
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 sp..