Install MiaRec Recorder

1. Install required packages

sudo apt-get install libpcap

2. Download MiaRec installation files:

Contact us (sales@miarec.com) to receive URL to MiaRec installation files.

wget CONTACT_US_FOR_URL

Extract:

tar -xzvf miarec-*.tar.gz
cd miarec*

3. Install MiaRec recorder

Copy binary file to /usr/local/bin/

cp miarec /usr/local/bin/

Copy configuration files to /etc/miarec/

mkdir /etc/miarec
cp miarec.ini /etc/miarec/
cp -r sqlconfig /etc/miarec/

Create /var/lib/miarec directory. It will be used as current directory when running MiaRec process. MiaRec process reads SOAP wsdl file from current directory and stores some temporary files there.

mkdir /var/lib/miarec
cp WebServices.wsdl /var/lib/miarec/

Create log directories

mkdir /var/log/miarec

Create directory for recording files

mkdir -p /var/miarec/recordings

4. Create startup script (Upstart)

Create file /etc/init/miarec.conf

vi /etc/init/miarec.conf

Content of this file:

description "MiaRec call recorder"
author      "MiaRec, Inc. www.miarec.com"

env EXEC=/usr/local/bin/miarec
env PIDFILE=/var/run/miarec.pid
env CONFFILE=/etc/miarec/miarec.ini

start on started networking
stop on runlevel [!2345]

console output

# Restart automatically proces in case of crash
respawn

# Stop respawn if it occured more than 10 times during 60 seconds period.
# This means serious problems
respawn limit 10 60

# Current working directory for MiaRec process
chdir /var/lib/miarec

# Enable core dumps for troubleshooting
limit core unlimited unlimited

instance miarec
exec $EXEC -c $CONFFILE --pid $PIDFILE

Reload Upstart configuration

initctl reload-configuration

Validate that miarec is in a list of processes:

initctl list | grep miarec

If you do not see there miarec then check errors in /var/log/messages

Start MiaRec process

initctl start miarec

5. Edit miarec.ini configuration file

vi /etc/miarec/miarec.ini

Change database connection settings (host, port, database, user, password). There are two places in INI files, where you need to edit database settings:

5.1. Module which loads configuration from database

#-----------------------------------------------------------------
#    SQLConfig
#-----------------------------------------------------------------
#  Loading configuration from SQL database
#-----------------------------------------------------------------
################################################################################
[SQLConfig]
################################################################################

#  Database Driver type.
#  Supported values: 
#    PostgreSQL
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Driver=PostgreSQL
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


#  Host of database server
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Host=127.0.0.1:5432
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


#  Database name
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Database=miarecdb
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


#  Username and password for accessing database. Should have write permissions.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Username=miarec
Password=password
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

5.2. Module, which writes call detail records (CDRs) to database:

#-----------------------------------------------------------------
#  Configuration section for SQLCallsLog module. This module stores calls log into database
#  Supported call events:
#    start,connect,update,stop,stream_start,stream_stop
#-----------------------------------------------------------------
################################################################################
[SQLCallsLog]
################################################################################

#  Database Driver type.
#  Supported values: 
#    PostgreSQL
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Driver=PostgreSQL
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


#  Host of database server
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Host=127.0.0.1:5432
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


#  Database name
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Database=miarecdb
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


#  Username and password for accessing database. Should have write permissions.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Username=miarec
Password=password
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

6. Restart MiaRec service

initctl stop miarec
initctl start miarec