In Nortel Networks Periphonics, what happens when we place a System block which displays an Operator message in a Live environment which consumes around 2 million calls per day?
Nov 11th, 2008 23:36
Asrar Khan, vijay y, Joseph Martin, Ganesan Kan, http://www.onlinebingoreviewdirectory.com http://www.skillgameschief.com http://www.skillgamesportal.com
As part of implementing a Voice based project for Denken Morgen
Systems we msitakenly placed a System
block with an Operator message which displays the Value of the ANI
number. When this value is displayed in the test environment, it
didn't give any problem. But the same sourcem when it is Live, the
memory of the Sun Solaris went immediately down.
The display operator was also placed at the end of the Phone call when
it says "Thank you for Calling, Goodbye".
It was not able to allocate the resource after the call was handled to
the Driver application. After we removed the System blcok, the
application behaved normally. Hope this might be helpful for the
people in Telecom domain.