[asterisk-users] what is the possible cause of maximum pbx stack exceeded

Rusty Newton rnewton at digium.com
Tue Dec 10 09:59:55 CST 2013

I'm not a developer, but from comments in the code, it looks like that
warning is generated when Asterisk dialplan processing exceeds a
certain depth of includes.

Seeing as it is possibly a dialplan related issue, and FreePBX is
writing your dialplan, you may have the best odds of getting a
relevant answer by asking on the FreePBX forums (and giving them
access to a copy of your logs to examine)

That's all I got! :)

On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 3:27 AM,  <covici at ccs.covici.com> wrote:
> Hi.  I am using asterisk 11  svn r401076M and I am getting this warning
> at times.  I can't find much doing a google search, so anyone with any
> ideas?
> I  have looked at the logs, but can find no particular pattern to
> indicate where this is happening and the system appears to be otherwise
> working, but I am still wondering if something is wrong.  I am also
> using freepbx in case there are known issues there --  because some of
> these occur during their dialout trunk code.
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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