[Freeswitch-users] Debug for a certain context?
ronmccar at gmail.com
Fri Apr 17 17:00:05 PDT 2009
Thanks for insight in this, Ill look into doing that.
In the directory though, we have other PBXs connected to us (basically we
provide some dialtone for a few people), and we stuck them in the directory
as it was the only way we dould have each user have their own context, but
we can't do a nice command like 'sofia status gateway foo' to get any
status, see what Im saying? (we are using IP based auth, no one is
Maybe im just doing it the wrong way that's why we are having probelms
getting it to work how we want! lol
Thanks for the help on the logging, that is a good ideal.
On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 11:09 AM, Michael Collins <msc at freeswitch.org>wrote:
> 2009/4/15 Ron McCarthy <ronmccar at gmail.com>
>> We have several context setup with different users, all in the directory
>> with IP based auth.
>> Anyway we can turn on debug for just one context/user in the directory,
>> when lots of people are making calls it's hard to see traffic to just for
>> one user, and troubleshoot.
> The only way I've been able to do anything close to this is to parse the
> log files after the fact, but even then it's not easy. I find the channel
> name and/or uuid of the call and then grep the log file for either of those.
> I recommend using log rotation if you are going to do that otherwise you'll
> have huge files to deal with. (I like using "fsctl send_sighup" for that.)
>> Also, anyway you can show the status of a user in the directory? Far as
>> like if the other side is reachable, I have not been able to find a way to!
> Do you mean if the user is offhook or not? Or just if the phone is
> registered? You can use the FS API command "user_exists":
> user_exists id 1000 192.168.1.1
> returns "true" or "false"
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