Queue Log Realtime Mysql



I have 5 Asterisk servers all using mysql realtime to store queue log information.

There is 1 out of 5 servers which stores the data in 4 columns : 'data1' --> 'data 5'.

All other servers store data in 1 column 'data' with the data seperated by pipe.

I see no difference in my configuration of extconfig.conf and logger.conf. Maybe a hidden default value ?

Can someone tell me which setting makes the mysql realtime driver store data in 1 column or in seperate columns ?

Using Asterisk

Kind regards,


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Asterisk Users 2.7 years ago 16 Answers