12. Reference of Log Level ParametersΒΆ

In several ABC SBC configuration places, the log reporting levels may be configured. The ABC SBC allows to set the logging levels both globally and by functional areas. The increase log level may help with troubleshooting however caution is advised. Increased log level can dramatically degrade system performance.

This reference provides explanation how to set the proper logging level. Log levels are represented with an integer value and have the following possible values:

  • 0 / ERROR
  • 1 / WARNING
  • 2 / INFO
  • 3 / DEBUG

If only log-level is set, it is used globally. The log level can be changed however for only some specific functional area by preceding the value with “Category:Subcategory=” expression. Multiple such expressions can be combined with each other using semicolon as shown in the following example:

1;SIP:Transactions=3;SDP:Parser=3;RTP:*=3;PLUGIN:sbc=3

This example sets the default log level to 1, whereas SIP transaction machine, SDP parser, RTP engine and sbc logic reports at log level 3.

Category Subcategory
Core
  • Main
  • Config
  • Thread
  • Timer
  • Events
  • SessionContainer
  • SessionProcessor
  • SessionWatcher
  • MediaProcessor
  • Plugin
  • Utils
SIP
  • Ctrl
  • Parser
  • Transport
  • Transaction
  • Dialog
  • OfferAnswer
  • Session
  • Registration
  • Subscription
  • DNS
  • Blacklist
B2B
  • B2BSession
  • B2BMedia
SDP
  • Parser
  • MimeBody
RTP
  • Stun
  • RtpPacket
  • RtcpPacket
  • RtpTransport
  • RtpStream
  • RtpAudio
SRTP
  • SRTP
  • SDES
  • DTLS
  • ZRTP
  • Socket
Category Subcategory
AUDIO
  • Audio
  • AudioFile
  • AudioMixer
  • Conference
  • Playlist
  • Prompt
  • Jitter
PLUGIN
  • sbc
  • redis_store
  • websock
  • reg_agent
  • cc_gui
  • cc_gui_rules
  • sbc_replication
  • webconference

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