Merging recorded files

In Asterisk version 1.2.?(from beginning of 2006) and Linux SuSE10.0
I have been using following rules to record my conversations:

exten => _00234X.,1,Monitor(wav,/home/monitor/${TIMESTAMP:0:8}/${TIMESTAMP:9:2}.${TIMESTAMP:11:2}to${EXTEN},m)
exten => _00234X.,n,Dial(SIP/poivY_proxy-out/${EXTEN})
exten => _00234X.,n,Congestion

During the conversation I could see somethnig like this:

file:///home/monitor/20070226/14.24_to_00234803888xxxx-in.wav
file:///home/monitor/20070226/14.24_to_00234803888xxxx-out.wav

After the conversation those 2 files were merged together to 1 file.
file:///home/monitor/20070226/14.24_to_00234803888xxxx.wav

Since the upgrade of SUSE10.0 to 10.2 and the upgrade of the former Asterisk version to version 1.2.15 those two files DON"T merge together anymore.

Is this a Linux problem or an Asterisk problem? :confused:
Any way to solve this ?

do you still have soxmix available ? or are you using something else as MONITOR_EXEC ?

Thanks for your input :smiley:
It was indeed sox which was missing.
After installing that package it was ok.

Hello, I’m having problems when recording calls.
This is my extensions.conf file:

exten=>2030,1,Set(MONITOR_EXEC=/etc/asterisk/soxmixwav.sh)
exten=>2030,2,Set(CALLFILENAME=/var/spool/asterisk/monitor/${EXTEN})
exten=>2030,3,Answer
exten=>2030,4,Monitor(wav,${CALLFILENAME})
exten=>2030,5,Dial(SIP/2030,10,Ttr)
exten=>2030,6,Hangup

In /var/spool/asterisk/monitor I find 2 files: 2030-in.wav and 2030-out.wav

How can I get those two files reunited in one?
I have installed the sox package.

I’m new in Asterisk but I’m looking forward to learning as much as I can.

Thank you.