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Re: [repro-users] repro - Recommendations for Production deployment

Hi Julio,

If you are using TCP clients, then 1.9 and earlier versions had issues with supporting more than 60 or so TCP clients on windows.  I am using repro 1.10 on Windows systems with out stability issues.  I'm not sure switching to linux will provide any benefit now that repro is able to use the WSAPoll mechanism for large scale TCP server support.  I would always recommend using the latest version.


On Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 3:21 PM, Julio Cesar Esteves Cabezas <jcabezas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:



    I have been using repro version 1.9.8, running on Windows Server 2008R2 for some time in a number of test or less-demanding production environments.


    People report me once in a while of some “glitches” in repro operation, that they claim got instantly solved by restarting repro. I could not check them in detail.

    One such report was that repro ceased to react to incoming SIP messages.


    Now I intend to put repro in a more demanding production environment. I have a few questions:

    - Instead of version 1.9.8 already a bit old,  which one more recent version is deemed more stable ?  1.10.0 ?  1.10.1 ?

    - Instead of running on Windows Server 2008R2, is Linux version more advisable for being more reliable or at least more thoroughly deployed/tested/debugged ?

    - Then which Linux distribution(s) / version(s) would be recommended ?


    I appreciate any hints/pointers on improving repro deployment stability and its continuous monitoring / troubleshooting.



Best Regards,



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