I am attempting to look through the asterisk logfiles for some details on a call only to find there is absolutely zero information from calls being written to the logs? I’m seeing phones go unreachable and then reachable but absolutely zero info on calls. Any ideas?
What do you see with
logger show channels
Run from the command line it just takes me to the next entry. No visual results but no error.
Run in Asterisk console.
ridiculously dumb question - is there a way to get to the asterisk console from the command line?
It depends entirely on your definition of “console”.
You can get to the Asterisk CLI from the system’s console by using “asterisk -vr”.
You can’t get to the Web Console from the Unix command line. It’s a web interface.
Logger queue limit: 1000 Channel Type Status Configuration ------- ---- ------ ------------- /var/log/asterisk/fail2ban File Enabled - NOTICE WARNING SECURITY Console Enabled - DEBUG NOTICE WARNING ERROR VERBOSE /var/log/asterisk/full File Enabled - DEBUG NOTICE WARNING ERROR VERBOSE
Everything looks right, both the console and
/var/log/asterisk/full will have all call details. Know that log files are rotated daily and purged at 7 days.
I thought the same thing. I found /var/log/asterisk/full for today and the last 7 days. No call info at all. One of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen. I’m used to searching through the logfiles for errors and call disconnects but this is entirely blank of any sip traffic it appears
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