I’m running two servers with identical configurations of Asterisk, both version 126.96.36.199 and compiled from source. Both are dual quad-core Xeons with no more than 30 concurrent calls. Both connect to the same exact providers. Server1 (one with issues) is running CentOS 5.7, while Server2 (working fine) is running CentOS 5.6. Both servers are on fiber connections at different datacenters. Server1 is located in a city less than 200 miles from me, while Server2 is about 2000 miles away.
The server with problems seems to have a 1 second loss of audio every minute exactly. I can call and get audio loss at 0:57, 1:57, 2:57…so on. If i hang up about 30 seconds after I get the audio loss, and make another call I’ll get audio loss approx at 0:27, 1:27, 2:27…and so on. I’ve rebooted the server. I’ve been testing using a 5 minute audio file of a generated tone. It’s in sln format and I have used the same file on both servers.
Anyone have any ideas of where to start? I can’t really narrow it down unless there is some incompatibility with the Asterisk 188.8.131.52 source compiled on CentOS 5.7?