[asterisk-users] Log level of 500 Server Internal Error.

Atis Lezdins atis at iq-labs.net
Fri Nov 21 11:39:55 CST 2008

On Fri, Nov 21, 2008 at 7:32 PM, Alex Balashov
<abalashov at evaristesys.com> wrote:
> Atis Lezdins wrote:
>> Hi,
>> VERBOSE[6120] logger.c:     -- Got SIP response 500 "Server Internal Error"
>> I just noticed that i sometimes get those back from provider. They are
>> currently general SIP message log entries with verbose level 3.
>> I wonder if such SIP fails could generate at least WARNING in log?
>> Currently i'm checking logs for warnings and errors, so i probably
>> have missed those.. It would be great indication that something is not
>> ok - either outgoing trunk or local phone is bad.
> That would generate a lot of debate about what sorts of signaling error
> classes are useful to include in the fixed logs and which aren't.
> Best thing to do is just to run your own packet capture and grep for
> things of interest to you.

Yes, that's what i would like to start.

If a call fails, i think it's reasonable enough to log a warning
message. If i haven't seen this before, how would i know that it's bad
and search for it? IMHO it's a good indication for network problem (as
was midget packet warning recently)


Atis Lezdins,
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