Real-world results

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Here is an attempt to collect real-world performance data around the FreeSWITCH community, so please, don't add results coming from stress tests.

Please, share your own data, and feel free to add a link in your results to your own wiki page where you may explain your architecture.


CPU Type Nb of cores Frequency RAM OS FreeSWITCH version Nb of SIP Profiles used Core DB location (SATA/SCSI/SSD/RAM) Transcoding? Modules used by the calls 1 leg or 2 leg calls! Max Concurrent Calls Max CPS Modus Operandi and Comments Your name/email
486DX 1 50Mhz 4MB Windows 3.1 Git of 2010/08/11 12:51:04 GMT-4 1 IDE No dialplanXML, lua IVR, ring_ready 2 1 1 Test DavidP15
Atom N270 1 1.6GHz 2GB FreeBSD 8.2 Git of 2011/03/01 3 SATA (SSD) Yes dialplanXML, ring_ready 2 10 (near 0 load) 1 Production and load testing wvds-nl
Intel Xeon 8 2.4Ghz 8GB openSuse 11.4 git-8c98328 2011-04-06 15-36-35 +0200 1 SATA No 1 2 140 at 7% CPU 20 Production Eric Z. Beard
Intel Xeon (Amazon EC2 - m1.medium) 1 2.4Ghz 3.7GB CentOS 5.8 x86_64 1.3.0+git~20120914T220755Z~3b660a06e5 2 tmpfs No dialplanXML, lua <-> MySQL 1 ~250 at 15% CPU 15-20 Production Dmitry Saratsky
Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5650 (2 sockets) 2x6 cores 2.67Ghz 12GB RHEL 5.7 x86_64 pre-1.2.0 1 SCSI No (G.711) conference,dialplanXML, lua <-> MySQL 1 247 at 4% CPU 10 Production Mariusz Cz.
Intel Xeon E5-2650L (Linode 4096) 1 1.80Ghz 4GB Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x86_64 1.5.2b git 4 RAM No dialplanXML, mod_cdr_csv, mod_curl 2 ~180 calls at 2-12% CPU 4 Production - Bypass Media G729 David Morris
Intel Xeon E5-2650L (Linode 4096) 1 1.80Ghz 4GB Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x86_64 1.5.2b git 4 RAM No dialplanXML, mod_cdr_csv, mod_curl 2 ~180 calls at 80-128% CPU 4 Production - Proxy Media G729 David Morris
Raspberry Pi Mod B 1 700Mhz 512MB Raspbian 1.5.2b git 5 SDcard No dialplanXML 2 1 call at 5-8% CPU 4 Production - Router from internal NAT to VPN - G.711A Peter Steinbach