Posible Bug Asterisk : known formats found in format list (wav49|gsm|wav) on Asterisk git

Patrick McHardy kaber at trash.net
Fri Oct 15 01:21:52 UTC 2010


Am 15.10.2010 01:48, schrieb Oscar Soriano Riera:
> Hi PAtrick
> I can see some errors in debug mode on asterisk problems with the audio:
> 
> [Oct 15 01:17:05] WARNING[19906]: file.c:1396 ast_format_str_reduce:
> ignoring unknown format 'wav49'
> [Oct 15 01:17:05] WARNING[19906]: file.c:1396 ast_format_str_reduce:
> ignoring unknown format 'gsm'
> [Oct 15 01:17:05] WARNING[19906]: file.c:1396 ast_format_str_reduce:
> ignoring unknown format 'wav'
> [Oct 15 01:17:05] WARNING[19906]: file.c:1426 ast_format_str_reduce: no
> known formats found in format list (wav49|gsm|wav)
> [Oct 15 01:17:05] ERROR[19906]: app_voicemail.c:11702 load_config: Error
> processing format string, defaulting to format 'wav'
> 
> 
> I find in issues of Asterisk and i thing that this version is affected 
> 
> https://issues.asterisk.org/view.php?id=17709
> 
> I download the patch and solved the problem:
> 
> wget
> 'https://issues.asterisk.org/file_download.php?file_id=26764&type=bug' -O -
> | patch -p0

Yeah, its not related to the DECT channel driver, but my asterisk
version is slightly outdated. Unfortunately I can't resync easily
without loosing the history since my master tree got corrupted a
while ago due to filesystem errors. I'll probably try again to
merge my tree with a fresh SVN import, if that doesn't work I
guess I'll have to throw the history away.

BTW, please use the linux-dect list (CCed) for anything related
to my stack.




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