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Re: assert failure



Hi Robert,

this is causing the assert:

[CTI::Agents]
VirtualQueueRegex=*

The correct syntax would be:
VirtualQueueRegex=.*

GnuGk checks the error code on the PTLib regex class before using
regular expressions from the config file and prints an error, but when
you use a debug version of PTLib it triggers an assert, before GnuGk
has a chance to check the error code. Thats a bit unfortunate, but I
can't change that myself. One would have to take out all asserts in
PTLib's contain.cxx that relate to PRegularExpression.

Regards,
Jan


Robert Kulagowski wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 5:05 PM, Jan Willamowius <jan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > It looks like the regex in your config file for the vqueue triggers the
> > assert().
> > Could you please post at öeast that section of your config ? I'll check
> > if we can do some mor testing on it before it gets used.
> 
> The configuration looks like this:
> $ cat gatekeeper.ini
> [Gatekeeper::Main]
> Fortytwo=42
> EndpointIDSuffix=_gk2
> CompareAliasType=0
> CompareAliasCase=0
> AlternateGKs=10.23.10.224:1719:false:120:gk4
> SendTo=10.23.10.224:1719
> SkipForwards=10.23.10.224
> UseBroadcastListener=1
> UseMulticastListener=1
> StatusTraceLevel=5
> TraceLevel=5
> 
> [GkStatus::Auth]
> rule=allow
> 
> [RasSrv::GWPrefixes]
> phi=1
> 
> [RoutedMode]
> EnableH46018=1
> CallSignalPort=1720
> 
> [RasSrv::RRQFeatures]
> OverwriteEPOnSameAddress=1
> 
> [RasSrv::ARQFeatures]
> RoundRobinGateways=1
> 
> [RasSrv::Neighbors]
> GK4=GnuGk
> 
> [Neighbor::GK4]
> GatekeeperIdentifier=GK4
> Host=10.23.10.224
> SendPrefixes=*
> AcceptPrefixes=*
> ForwardLRQ=always
> 
> [RasSrv::LRQFeatures]
> ForwardHopCount=2
> 
> [LogFile]
> Filename=/home/rkulagow/gk_trace.log
> Rotate=Daily
> RotateTime=00:00
> 
> [RoutingPolicy]
> default=explicit,internal,vqueue,neighbor,enum,srv,dns
> 
> [RoutingPolicy::OnARQ]
> ;apply vq routing only to h323_ids
> ;h323_ID=vqueue,explicit,internal
> ;apply vq routing only e164 numbers
> ;dialedDigits=vqueue,explicit,internal
> ;apply vq routing to h323_ids and e164 numbers
> default=vqueue,explicit,internal
> ;default=explicit,internal
> 
> ; triggers RouteRequest to the gk status line, if 'support',
> ; 'sales' or US number starting with 215 is called
> 
> [CTI::Agents]
> ;VirtualQueueAliases=support,sales
> ;VirtualQueuePrefixes=001215,0111215,1215
> ; similar to the above
> VirtualQueueRegex=*
> RequestTimeout=10
> 
> I'm trying to send everything to the vqueue in order to try to
> implement the "GnuGK listening on multiple IP addresses" question that
> I posted about in the mailing list.  (TCS dialing isn't workable,
> because most of the "other ends" that I deal with have no idea what
> TCS is, so I'd rather just have 12.2.3.4, 12.2.3.5, 12.2.3.6, etc,
> where each IP is allocated to internal EPs, and someone suggested in
> the other thread that vqueue's are the way to accomplish this)
> 
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-- 
Jan Willamowius, jan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx, http://www.gnugk.org/

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