If one issues the "
core show settings" command from the Asterisk CLI it will show both a "Root" and "Current" console verbosity levels. This is because each console, core or remote has an independent verbosity setting. For instance, if you start asterisk with the following command:
This starts Asterisk in console mode (will be the root console) with a verbose level set to "1". Now if one issues a "
core show settings" from this console's CLI the following should be observed (note, not showing all settings):
A remote console can now be attached with an initial verbosity level of "3" and a "
core show settings" on that console should show a root console verbosity of "1" and a current console verbosity of "3":
Changing the root console's verbosity will be reflected on both:
and then on the remote console: