Ast11: How To See Call Progress Like In Ast <= 1.8

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Hi,

I just did a test install of Ast 11, and have trouble getting the same logging information that Ast 1.x provided. I’m looking specifically for the logging around call progress / dialplan actions.

In ASt 11 I’ve done the same thing that I did before: core set verbose 60

I also tried overwriting the logger.conf with the distribution one from Ast
11, and setting option “logger set level verbose on” (never did that on older versions, but was wondering if that would make a difference).

Still no joy, Googling around for an answer I did see a changelog with an example of the Call Identifier that shows a detailed logline (of level verbose, something I don’t get in 11). ButI’ve been unable to find an answer.

Any hints/tips, I must be overlooking something basic..

TX!

Bas

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  • When we upgraded it still just worked as usual. The only thing we noticed is when connecting to asterisk ‘asterisk -r’ by default didnt show the same log level. Using ‘asterisk -rvvv’ solved it. The verbose logs stored in /var/log/asterisk were the same though apart from the additional call-id entry. In our logger.conf the only significant line appears to be :-
    messages => notice,warning,error,verbose