[jitsi-dev] Google talk not working in recent versions


#1

Hello,

In recent Jitsi versions Google talk doesnt work (well it does but its
not useable). I use Debian Wheezy 32-bit, openjdk 6.24 (the default).

The issue is the following: I call the other side, the call window
appears and after some waiting (longer than usual) the connection is
established, but the java process eats up all available cpu cycles and
the sound is very choppy (one computer has a dual core.
This happens on both sides - one computer has Wheezy with PulseAudio,
the other Squeeze with ALSA installed - so it doesnt seem to be sound
related issue. The cpu consuming part starts when the zrtp negociation ends.

These messages fill the logs (literally) (many messages/second):

11:25:36.933 WARNING: org.ice4j.socket.MultiplexingDatagramSocket.copy()
Truncating received DatagramPacket data!
11:25:36.933 WARNING: org.ice4j.socket.MultiplexingDatagramSocket.copy()
Truncating received DatagramPacket data!
11:25:36.933 WARNING: org.ice4j.socket.MultiplexingDatagramSocket.copy()
Truncating received DatagramPacket data!

After ending the call the java process still hogs cpu, i have to kill it.

···

--
O zi buna,
Kertesz Laszlo


#2

Hey Kertesz,

We can reproduce the issue locally. We'll be looking at it.

Thanks for the note!
Emil

···

On 26.06.12 11:28, Kertesz Laszlo wrote:

Hello,

In recent Jitsi versions Google talk doesnt work (well it does but its
not useable). I use Debian Wheezy 32-bit, openjdk 6.24 (the default).

The issue is the following: I call the other side, the call window
appears and after some waiting (longer than usual) the connection is
established, but the java process eats up all available cpu cycles and
the sound is very choppy (one computer has a dual core.
This happens on both sides - one computer has Wheezy with PulseAudio,
the other Squeeze with ALSA installed - so it doesnt seem to be sound
related issue. The cpu consuming part starts when the zrtp negociation ends.

These messages fill the logs (literally) (many messages/second):

11:25:36.933 WARNING: org.ice4j.socket.MultiplexingDatagramSocket.copy()
Truncating received DatagramPacket data!
11:25:36.933 WARNING: org.ice4j.socket.MultiplexingDatagramSocket.copy()
Truncating received DatagramPacket data!
11:25:36.933 WARNING: org.ice4j.socket.MultiplexingDatagramSocket.copy()
Truncating received DatagramPacket data!

After ending the call the java process still hogs cpu, i have to kill it.

--
Emil Ivov, Ph.D. 67000 Strasbourg,
Project Lead France
Jitsi
emcho@jitsi.org PHONE: +33.1.77.62.43.30
http://jitsi.org FAX: +33.1.77.62.47.31


#3

Vincent's latest commit should address the issue and build 4090
(currently baking) should have the solution

Please let us know how it goes.

Emil

···

On 26.06.12 14:04, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey Kertesz,

We can reproduce the issue locally. We'll be looking at it.

Thanks for the note!
Emil

On 26.06.12 11:28, Kertesz Laszlo wrote:

Hello,

In recent Jitsi versions Google talk doesnt work (well it does but its
not useable). I use Debian Wheezy 32-bit, openjdk 6.24 (the default).

The issue is the following: I call the other side, the call window
appears and after some waiting (longer than usual) the connection is
established, but the java process eats up all available cpu cycles and
the sound is very choppy (one computer has a dual core.
This happens on both sides - one computer has Wheezy with PulseAudio,
the other Squeeze with ALSA installed - so it doesnt seem to be sound
related issue. The cpu consuming part starts when the zrtp negociation ends.

These messages fill the logs (literally) (many messages/second):

11:25:36.933 WARNING: org.ice4j.socket.MultiplexingDatagramSocket.copy()
Truncating received DatagramPacket data!
11:25:36.933 WARNING: org.ice4j.socket.MultiplexingDatagramSocket.copy()
Truncating received DatagramPacket data!
11:25:36.933 WARNING: org.ice4j.socket.MultiplexingDatagramSocket.copy()
Truncating received DatagramPacket data!

After ending the call the java process still hogs cpu, i have to kill it.

--
Emil Ivov, Ph.D. 67000 Strasbourg,
Project Lead France
Jitsi
emcho@jitsi.org PHONE: +33.1.77.62.43.30
http://jitsi.org FAX: +33.1.77.62.47.31