Sqlite Cache Db function
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Author:  thewoose [ Thu Aug 26, 2010 8:42 pm ]
Post subject:  Sqlite Cache Db function

I have been setting up an A2Billing system for several weeks, and I would just like to say I am very impressed with the software, it works very well and every problem I have had has been answered in this forum.

My question is about the Sqlite cache function: I had it turned on for a few days and all my CDRs were indeed placed into the local db in var/db/a2billing/a2billing_cache. However these records are not showing up in the main a2billing database under cc_call. So my question is, what exactly is the function of the local sqlite cache? Is it supposed to just insert CDRs to itself and not cc_call, or does it wait for a certain interval or some specific time to insert data into the main a2billing database?


Author:  ubunter [ Mon Nov 21, 2016 1:33 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Sqlite Cache Db function

Nobody answered this questions, and I still wondering about this function...

Even, dose it related to the a2billing_batch_cache.php Cronjob? What it do exactly? Dose it work with mysql, or only with Sqlite???

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