[Bug 258087] net/asterisk: 18.6.0 is crashing silently
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Date: Fri, 03 Sep 2021 15:31:25 UTC
https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=258087 --- Comment #2 from O. Hartmann <email@example.com> --- (In reply to Oljas Kuzembaev from comment #1) Well, I do not have an clue at all. But I thing there is an issue with the network. My router is utilizig mpd5 as pppoe service. To force a change of the IPv4 given by the provider, I restart the service mpd5 via cron at a specific time and as I wrote earlier in the PR, that is also in almost all cases the time when the last log entry of asterisk was registered. This time I had to restart mpd5 due to some development on my dynDNS scripts and, voila!, asterisk raise CPU usage shortly after mpd5 has been restarted and crashes afterwards with a SIGNAL 11. I use IPFw as one and only IP filtering system. Now I try to restart also IPFW with the mpd5 link-up script when IPS are going to change and see what's happening to asterisk. By the way: my asterisk configuration uses the symbolic name (therefore dynDNS) and I also use a special setup of dns/bind916. Means: I resolve the ISP's SIP proxy/SIP server with the DNS given by the ISP and all others with "free and open" resolver. This kind of setup seemed to force some trouble in the past, although I can't be specific on that. This is the crash scenario when I'm forcing the change of address. I have not investigated so far whether asterisk dies the same way when the ISP is changing the outbound addresses. -- You are receiving this mail because: You are the assignee for the bug.