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Asterisk CLI Question

Posted on 2010-11-19
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Just a quick one i have an Asterisk / Trixbox PBX I wondered if someone could help me out.  If I log in to my
pbx with ssh and start the asterisk cli using the following command:

asterisk -r

I can log in and use commands like sip show peers etc. However everytime a call is made or received all the debugging info displays for the active tasks
and it is hard to see what i am doing.  Is there a way to login to the asterisk cli without displaying the debugging info except for the actual commands i am running.

Many Thanks
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Question by:Ross-C
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by:yarwell
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I thought you had to add lots of v's ie 'asterisk -vvvr' to get the debug info to show up

have you tried running two sessions to see if the second one doesn't "benefit" from the debug info
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Hatrix76 earned 500 total points
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when connected, just use:

logger mute

to mute the logoutput on the console.

best
Ray
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by:Ross-C
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many thanks, thats great
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