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

Tony Mountifield tony at softins.co.uk
Thu Jun 7 03:44:15 CDT 2018

In article <201806070119.51560.Antony.Stone at asterisk.open.source.it>,
Antony Stone <Antony.Stone at asterisk.open.source.it> wrote:
> Hi.
> 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 
> AMI?

Look in /etc/asterisk/manager.conf for the option "displayconnects = yes/no".

It can be set globally in [general] or individually in [ServiceCheck] (for example).

Tony Mountifield
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