[arm-allstar] Are these chan_iax2 warnings something I

Tom Whiteside tomw at ecpi.com
Wed Aug 3 18:21:36 EST 2016

Thanks - I was on verbosity level 5 looking for trouble...  Thanks everyone
for the input.

73 Tom N5TW
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Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2016 19:03:45 -0400
From: Doug Crompton <doug at crompton.com>
To: ARM Allstar <arm-allstar at hamvoip.org>
Subject: Re: [arm-allstar] Are these chan_iax2 warnings something I
	should be worried about?
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 Allstar re-registers once a minute so if you have the verbosity set too
high you will see all that and more on the screen. As was stated it is not a
problem. I generally use asterisk -rvvv  Three V's of verbosity to start the
client. This gives reasonable feedback for most troubleshooting. But if you
do a higher verbosity it will stay there unless you reset it. So if you do:

asterisk -rvvvv

It will be at four and if you then exit and do asterisk -rvvv it will still
be at four. So you would need to execute this command in the client to reset
it to the value you want -

 core set verbose 3

In this case back to 3.
73 Doug

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