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From Martin Harris <>
Subject Re: Persistence store logging
Date Thu, 11 Jun 2015 07:13:41 GMT
For clarity, I'm suggesting we change the code to use LOG.trace(xxx)
instead of LOG.debug(xxx) here[1] <> and here[2]




On 11 June 2015 at 10:45, Martin Harris <>

> Hi Folks,
> Any consensus on switching the log level
> for ManagementPlaneSyncRecordPersisterToObjectStore
> and PeriodicDeltaChangeListener from DEBUG to TRACE? The checkpointing
> messages from these classes account for around a full third of all log
> messages, which seems a bit excessive. It's fine if you're greping, or
> searching for something specific, but a `tail -f` is just swamped with
> checkpoint messages
> Cheers
> --
> Martin Harris
> Lead Software Engineer
> Cloudsoft Corporation Ltd
> Mobile: +44 (0)7989 047-855

Martin Harris
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