The first parameter of xlog() can be a variable, like $shv(...) or
$sht(...), which can be changed at runtime via RPC commands, so you can
tune the log level as you need.
The debugger module was designed to control the log messages from the C
The "script" prefix for cfg log messages can be also changed via xlog
On 31.12.20 17:47, Chaigneau, Nicolas wrote:
Thanks Daniel for the explaination !
I found something in a Kamailio sample script that does what I want to
do, e.g. :
xlog("L_INFO", "Request-URI: $ru\n");
This allows me to log « debug » information from the script as INFO
when the flag WITH_DEBUG_SCRIPT is set.
It’s a bit clumsy but it works. :)
(I don’t know if having the xlog exported functions changed so they go
look at the configuration of the debugger module would be complicated,
or even feasible – would be nice though ! ^^)
*De :*Daniel-Constantin Mierla <miconda(a)gmail.com>
*Envoyé :* jeudi 31 décembre 2020 14:04
the log messages that have "script" in the prefix are from
kamailio.cfg routing blocks, not from the C code.
You can remove, change their log level, ... by editing the
kamailio.cfg. The script log messages are printed by the functions
exported from xlog module.
On 30.12.20 18:14, Chaigneau, Nicolas wrote:
Is it possible to set a specific log level for the Kamailio script ?
I’ve seen that the « debugger » module allows to do that with
modules or « core » :
So I’ve tried to do :
modparam("debugger", "mod_level_mode", 1)
modparam("debugger", "mod_hash_size", 5)
modparam("debugger", "mod_level", "my_module=3") //
modparam("debugger", "mod_level", "core=3") // also
modparam("debugger", "mod_level", "script=3") // nope…
But it doesn’t seem to work for « script »… :/
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