[asterisk-users] AMI manager logins - omitting from logging output?

Antony Stone Antony.Stone at asterisk.open.source.it
Wed Jun 6 18:19:51 CDT 2018


Is there any way to eliminate AMI manager logins from the logging output 
(without just turning the log level down and thereby losing lots of other stuff 
as well)?

I'm running Asterisk 13.14.1 as a backend service to LVS/IPVS, and using the 
AMI login as the "service alive" check to see which backend servers are 
available to take new commands.

This results in lots of

[Jun  7 00:15:19]   == Manager 'ServiceCheck' logged on from
[Jun  7 00:15:19]   == Manager 'ServiceCheck' logged off from

entries appearing in the console whenever I'm doing something else on the 
machine, which is pretty distracting.

Is there any way to tell AMI that I don't want it to log login attempts - or, 
to put it another way, is there any way to tell the logger module to ignore 



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