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From JL <jjl...@optonline.net>
Subject Re: [Spam: 5.0] Which component creates the 'target\activemq-test.log' file?
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2007 14:11:40 GMT

For the record...

I updated to 4.2 snapshot for other reasons (simpleAuthenticationPlugin) and
the problem I originally reported below has gone away.




JL wrote:
> 
> I'm using 4.1 with the only modification to the activemq.xml file being to
> activate mysql persistence. I see no reference to the 'target' directory
> or the 'activemq-test.log' file in the stock activemq.xml or
> log4j.properties files. Yet this (empty) file is being created in my
> working directory anyway and I'd like to know its purpose, where it comes
> from and how to make it go away if I don't need it. FWIW I'm launching the
> activemq server from Ant, using
> 
>     		<exec dir="${JMS_service_dir}"
> executable="${JMS_service_dir}/bin/activemq" />
> 
> where JMS_service_dir is the absolute path to where I installed the 4.1
> unix binary distribution. What seems strange is that unlike activemq.log,
> which gets created in ${JMS_service_dir}activemq-data, the
> activemq-test.log file gets created in my working directory.
> 
> Thanks for any advice.
> 

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