; File names can either be relative to the standard Asterisk log directory (see "astlogdir" in
; asterisk.conf), or absolute paths that begin with '/'.
; A few file names have been reserved and are considered special, thus cannot be used and will
; not be considered as a regular file name. These include the following:
; syslog - logs to syslog facility
; console - logs messages to the Asterisk root console.
; For each file name given a comma separated list of logging "level" types should be specified
; and include at least one of the following (in no particular order):
; The "verbose" value can take an optional integer argument that indicates the maximum level
; of verbosity to log at. Verbose messages with higher levels than the indicated level will
; not be logged to the file. If a verbose level is not given, verbose messages are logged
; based upon the current level set for the root console.
; The special character "*" can also be specified and represents all levels, even dynamic
; levels registered by modules after the logger has been initialized. This means that loading
; and unloading modules that create and remove dynamic logging levels will result in these
; levels being included on filenames that have a level name of "*", without any need to
; perform a "logger reload" or similar operation.
; Note, there is no value in specifying both "*" and specific level types for a file name.
; The "*" level means ALL levels. The only exception is if you need to specify a specific
; verbose level. e.g, "verbose(3),*".
; It is highly recommended that you DO NOT turn on debug mode when running a production system
; unless you are in the process of debugging a specific issue. Debug mode outputs a LOT of
; extra messages and information that can and do fill up log files quickly. Most of these
; messages are hard to interpret without an understanding of the underlying code. Do NOT report
; debug messages as code issues, unless you have a specific issue that you are attempting to debug.
; They are messages for just that -- debugging -- and do not rise to the level of something that
; merit your attention as an Asterisk administrator.
; output notices, warnings and errors to the console
console => notice,warning,error
; output security messages to the file named "security"
security => security
; output notices, warnings and errors to the the file named "messages"
messages => notice,warning,error
; output notices, warnings, errors, verbose, dtmf, and fax to file name "full"
full => notice,warning,error,verbose,dtmf,fax
; output notices, warning, and errors to the syslog facility
syslog.local0 => notice,warning,error