[asterisk-users] How to remove unused custom hints?

Tomáš Holý holy at interconnect.cz
Wed Aug 17 08:23:02 CDT 2016

Perfect. That is exactly what I need.

Thank you very much.

Nice day!

S pozdravem

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Dne úterý 16. srpna 2016 12:01:20 CEST, John Kiniston napsal(a):

You can delete them from the astdb with database del.

do a 'database show' and your devices should show up in the tree under 

On Mon, Aug 15, 2016 at 9:42 AM, Tomas Holy <holy at interconnect.cz[1]> wrote:

Hello list members,
after programing of dialplan I have some messy Custom:hints which I can see in 
'devstate list'. I didn't find any possibility how to remove this hints from Asterisk and I 
want remove them. 

Can you help me with that, please? I tried search about that something in 
documentation or on Google, but I didn't find anything. 

asterisk*CLI> devstate list  

--------------------------------------------------------------------- --- Custom Device States 
------------------------------------------------------------------------ --- Name: 
'Custom:queuememberCALLERID(num)'  State: 'RINGING' --- --- Name: 
'Custom:queuememberh'  State: 'NOT_INUSE' --- --- Name: 'Custom:queuemembers'  
State: 'INUSE' ---

Thank you

Have a nice day!

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