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ContactRecorder on Linux

ContactRecorder on Linux

(OP)
Hi ...

I have Installed Avaya Application Server (Voicemail and Recording on the Same Server, and have additional hard disk for recording.
Voicemail Pro Installing on Windows Client and working






I can see the recorded calls in /opt/vmpro/VRL.
However I can't see the calls in contact recorder replay page
I follow the setup by step and can't see any errors ?

Thanks

RE: ContactRecorder on Linux

The last picture is full of errors =)

Check the actual path of the additional harddrive, it's seems like it's incorrect.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: ContactRecorder on Linux

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Because you shouldn't have added the /partition1 to the path in the web control setup. The server adds the partition1 itself.

To fix you need to either set the callstorgae path to /additionalhdd#1/patition1/partition1 or go reset the install path in web control without including the /partition1 part.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: ContactRecorder on Linux

(OP)
Hi sizbut ...

Great, it's working now .

Thanks

RE: ContactRecorder on Linux

* given to Sizbut as DaniWG seems to have forgotten it smile


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