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mqueue: add two new module parameters #2825

merged 2 commits into from Aug 28, 2021

mqueue: add two new module parameters #2825

merged 2 commits into from Aug 28, 2021


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@smititelu smititelu commented Aug 13, 2021

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Add 2 new mqueue module parameters to simplify config queue definition.
Add 1 new rtimer module parameter to set default timeout if not present.
Updated docs.

smititelu added 2 commits Aug 13, 2021
Add mqueue_name and mqueue_size to define queues.
Updated doc.
Add default_interval to set the fire interval,
if interval not present inside timer string.
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@miconda miconda commented Aug 17, 2021

Thanks, however I can't see a relevant simplification of the config, but could be a matter of taste, not being a real technical matter -- instead of one modparam line with both queue name and size, now can be two modparams, one with name and one with size.

I will wait a little bit more to see if any other comments, then I can merge it.

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@smititelu smititelu commented Aug 18, 2021

Hi Daniel,

Thanks for the input. Indeed not a real technical matter.

The actual usefulness of this is that after the commits one can set and use config #!defines for the new modparams (config "simplification" was not the right word; config "organization" is better).

Thank you,

@miconda miconda merged commit 4368987 into kamailio:master Aug 28, 2021
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