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Voice Platform Resource Manager Release Notes

Release Date Release Type Restrictions AIX HP-UX PA HP-UX IPF Linux Solaris Windows
07/15/14 General X X

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New in This Release

There are no restrictions for this release. This section describes new features that were introduced in this release of Voice Platform Resource Manager.

Corrections and Modifications

This release also includes the following corrections or modifications:

Resource Manager now decodes the X-Genesys-GVP-Session-ID value, if present, before processing a SIP request. Previously in this situation, when the X-Genesys-GVP-Session-ID was encoded, RM was not able to parse it properly, causing the SessionID not to be cleared from an INVITE from the Gateway, even if invite-custom-header-cleanup was set to true. (GVP-21515)

Resource Manager logging now prints current port utilization for different resources when a call is rejected due to port unavailability. (GVP-21491)

In an Active-Active or Active-Standby HA deployment, Resource Manager no longer terminates in a race condition, when a CANCEL from SIP Server and responses for INVITE from the resources managed by RM occur at the same time. (GVP-21484)

Resource Manager can now discard the replication data buffer from a closed connection and socket (for example, when a VM was moved to a different physical server). Previously, because RM continued to process buffered data from the closed socket and connection, it did not process data from the new connection quickly enough, and the associated new socket closed. (GVP-21407)

Resource Manager no longer terminates during replication if the node that sent replicated data is disconnected or removed from the cluster that is between the nodes. (GVP-21340)

Resource Manager no longer terminates while sending a SIP message to an invalid TCP destination (resolved by DNS SRV query), due to a network problem. (GVP-21232)

In an Active-Active High Availability configuration, Resource Manager no longer stops processing calls when resources frequently go offline and then come online again. (GVP-21202)

During failover in a SIP Server Active-Active High Availability configuration, the current RM node no longer ignores requests for calls that were processed by the other RM node—a situation that previously resulted in stuck calls. (GVP-21201)

Resource Manager no longer forwards requests to different MCPs, if the AORs of the first-selected MCP are offline. RM now waits, and forwards requests to the first-selected MCP when it comes back online. (GVP-21105)

RM no longer terminates in a race condition where CANCEL message is received while it is forwarding the corresponding INVITE message on the other side. (GVP-21060)

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