[Freeswitch-users] Enabling SIP traces from the command line interface
jason at jasonjgw.net
Fri Jan 2 18:45:07 PST 2009
The sofia loglevel command is very useful. However, even with sofia loglevel
9, I still don't get a SIP trace.
I know all about shutting down FreeSWITCH and setting the environment
variables to obtain a SIP trace and voluminous debugging output:
# source this file in the current shell, then
# run FreeSWITCH. At the FreeSWITCH prompt,
# press F8, then make the call that requires debugging, and
# capture the output.
# type shutdown to end the FreeSWITCH session
this is fine for me, but for people in production for whom uptime is
significant, I'm wondering whether there are plans to allow tracing to be
dynamically enabled/disabled from the CLI, or whether this is possible now
with options that I haven't yet discovered.
Please don't interpret this as a complaint or as one of those nagging feature
As mentioned, it doesn't affect my usage scenario - testing and
experimentation at home on my desktop Linux box.
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