How to get PJ_LOG to show up in Asterisk

Hello Everyone

I’ve been trying to get PJ_Log from pjproject to show up in asterisk but for some reason it does not seem to be working at all.

For the logs I’ve enabled the option in pjproject.conf

log_level=6

And in logger.conf, these are my lines

messages => notice,warning,error, debug, verbose
console => notice,warning,error, debug, verbose

Nothing posts from asterisk. Any help would be appreciated

What is the actual contents of pjproject.conf?

; Common pjproject options
;

;[startup]
;  NOTES: The name of this section in the pjproject.conf configuration file must
;         remain startup or the configuration will not be applied.
;
;cache_pools = yes   ; Cache pjproject memory pools for performance
                     ; Disable this option to help track down pool content
                     ; mismanagement when using valgrind or MALLOC_DEBUG.
                     ; The cache gets in the way of determining if the
                     ; pool contents are used after being freed and who
                     ; freed it.
                     ; Default yes
log_level=6   ; Initial maximum pjproject logging level to log
                     ; Valid values are: 0-6, and default
                     ;
                     ; Note: This option is needed very early in the startup
                     ; process so it can only be read from config files because
                     ; the modules for other methods have not been loaded yet.
;type=               ; Must be of type startup (default: "")

;========================LOG_MAPPINGS SECTION OPTIONS===============================
;[log_mappings]
;  SYNOPSIS: Provides pjproject to Asterisk log level mappings.
;  NOTES: The name of this section in the pjproject.conf configuration file must
;         remain log_mappings or the configuration will not be applied.
;         The defaults mentioned below only apply if this file or the 'log_mappings'
;         object can't be found.  If the object is found, there are no defaults. If
;         you don't specify an entry, nothing will be logged for that level.
;
; These logging level meanings are typically used by pjproject:
;  - 0: fatal error
;  - 1: error
;  - 2: warning
;  - 3: info
;  - 4: debug
;  - 5: trace
;  - 6: more detailed trace
;
;asterisk_error =    ; A comma separated list of pjproject log levels to map to
                     ; Asterisk errors.
                     ; (default: "0,1")
;asterisk_warning =  ; A comma separated list of pjproject log levels to map to
                     ; Asterisk warnings.
                     ; (default: "2")
;asterisk_notice =   ; A comma separated list of pjproject log levels to map to
                     ; Asterisk notices.
                     ; (default: "")
;asterisk_verbose =  ; A comma separated list of pjproject log levels to map to
                     ; Asterisk verbose.
                     ; (default: "")
;asterisk_debug =    ; A comma separated list of pjproject log levels to map to
                     ; Asterisk debug
                     ; (default: "3,4,5,6")
;type=               ; Must be of type log_mappings (default: "")

You never commented out the context, or set the type option, so it would not apply.