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Improve Asterisk / debian performance

I'm running Debian 2.6.32-5-amd64 on ESXi with the underlying hardware being HP ML310G5p. I'm running Asterisk 1.6.2.17.2 on top of that. ztdummy provides the timing. We use a lot of conferences. dahdi_timing is awful: Opened pseudo dahdi interface, measuring accuracy... 99.999% 99.994% 99.983% 99.998% 99.995% 99.997% 99.992% 99.984% 100.000% 99.993% 99.984% 99.990% 99.988% 99.999% 99.999% 99.994% 99.995% 99.989% 99.999% 99.996% 99.988% 99.997% 99.997% 99.998% 100.000% 99.992% 99.995% 99.991% 99.984% 71.883% 99.982% 99.997% 99.995% 99.995% 99.994% 99.987% 99.995% 99.998% 99.989% 99.996% 99.988% 99.997% [url removed, login to view]% 99.134% 99.989% 99.995% 100.000% 99.989% 99.997% 99.994% 100.000% 99.996% ^C --- Results after 52 passes --- Best: 100.000 -- Worst: [url removed, login to view] -- Average: 97.038819, Difference: 102.918347 CPU seems to be freezing for the really bad results and it means some calls are impossible to understand Other things to note are it seems to take a long time to log in and emacs takes ages to load also. What I need: - Advice on what operating system to use if not Debian - Configuration changes to improve timing - General check-out of the Asterisk system to improve all quality as much as possible I can provide SSH access to the system.

Skills: Linux, VoIP

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