OGG/Vorbis recording warning logged in every call

Hi! I have just enabled the recording of outgoing calls and changed the recording format to OGG using “MIXMON_FORMAT = ogg” in globals_custom.conf file, according to another thread posted in the forums, since the format is not present in the settings dropdown.
Everything is recording as it should but there is a warning logged for every call: “WARNING[26671][C-00001e5e] format_ogg_vorbis.c: Seeking is not supported on OGG/Vorbis streams in writing mode!”
I can’t seem to find any information about this error in the forums. Does anyone have an idea what could be causing this? Should I file a bug report?

PBX Version:

PBX Distro:

Asterisk Version:

Thank you in advance!

It’s not an error, it’s a warning and those typically can be ignored unless there is some functionality that’s broken for you.

I will be enabling recording for all calls, which means that there will be thousands of warnings in the logs everyday. It will make it very difficult to notice other things with that much noise. There is also the PJSIP error (pbx_functions.c: Function PJSIP_HEADER not registered) that gets triggered every call polluting the logs, but according to previous posts that is also normal…

I have updated my system to the following versions:
PBX Version:
PBX Distro:12.7.8-2302-1.sng7
Asterisk Version:20.2.1

And the OGG/Vorbis warning is still present in the logs for each call. The good part of updating is the PJSIP error stopped, resulting in cleaner log files.

This topic was automatically closed 31 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.