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Log/Trace bosh messages between jitmeet and Jitsi Videobridge plugin

Hi,

I’d like to see the XMPP (Colibri/etc) messages being exchanged between my browser and videobridge. How can I do it?

I guess there should be a setting somewhere to switch on the logging/tracing, but I cannot find it.

BTW, for ofmeet I could do it easily, as ofmeet logs a lot on the web client side and openfire logs on the server side.

Thanks,

Leo

Http-Bind Properties

Property
Description
Default
log.httpbind.enabled
Print all packets which were sent or received via http-bind to STOUT.
false
xmpp.httpbind.client.idle
Seconds a session has to be idle to be closed
30
xmpp.httpbind.client.requests.max
the number of simultaneous requests allowable.
2
xmpp.httpbind.client.requests.wait
the longest time (in seconds) that Openfire is allowed to wait before responding to any request during the session.
0x7fffffff
xmpp.httpbind.client.requests.polling
the maximum allowable period over which a client can send empty requests to the server.
5

Hi Dele,

Thanks for providing this information. I set log.httpbind.enabled to true, but I still cannot see Rayo messages from ofmeet.

ofmeet rayo messages are displayed in chrome javascript console. If you are using websockets, enable Openfire debug logs otherwise turn websockets off and use http-bind and the messages will appear in stdout.log

jitmeet only uses http-bind and yoy should see the messages in stdout.log

Thanks for your clarifications. Now I can intercept all the messages.