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From "Erron Austin" <erron.aus...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Restricting Logging
Date Wed, 20 Sep 2006 19:48:53 GMT
I added <category log-level="ERROR" name=""/> to my jboss-web.xml to get rid
of these messages.

On 5/23/06, Andrew Stevens <ats37@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> >From: "Victoria Vitaver" <victoria@tt.com.au>
> >Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 12:39:33 +1000
> >
> >Hi,
> >
> >I am having trouble changing the logkit.xconf to restrict logging of
> cocoon
> >messages. I have tried to look for 'howtos' but since logkit was a part
> of
> >the now 'closed' avalon project I really cant dig up resources on it.
>
> It's not that much different to log4j configuration IMO.  The targets are
> like log4j's appenders and the categories are like log4j's loggers.
>
> >What is happening is this: we are running cocoon 2.1.9 with jboss, and
> >cocoon.log gets written in the
> >tmp/ directory. I want to be able to specify a 'WARN' level minimum for
> all
> >messages in this log. I cant figure out how to do it though.
>
> You can either (by comparison with the error file target) use a
> priority-filter with log-level="WARN", or change the log-level of any
> categories that use that log-target.  I'd be more specific, but I've only
> got a 2.1.7 xconf file in front of me and it doesn't even mention a
> cocoon.log file.  YMMV.
>
> >Also, my server.log contains a million messages of this form :
> >
> >2006-05-23 12:19:41,582 DEBUG [net.sf.ehcache.Cache] cocoon-ehcache-1: Is
> >element with key
> >PK_R-resource-resource://org/apache/cocoon/forms/resources/css/forms.css
> >expired?: false
> >2006-05-23 12:19:41,605 DEBUG [net.sf.ehcache.store.MemoryStore]
> >cocoon-ehcache-1Cache: MemoryStore hit for
>
> >PK_R-resource-resource://org/apache/cocoon/forms/resources/css/forms-calenda
> >r.css
> >
> >does anyone have any idea how or where I can also restrict these messages
> >to
> >'INFO' level?
>
> Assuming server.log is another Cocoon log file (again, I don't see that
> one
> in my 2.1.7 configuration), the same should apply.  Just add a
> priority-filter with log-level="INFO" to the target, or increase the
> log-level of any categories that use it.  If it's a standard JBoss log
> file,
> not one of Cocoon's, presumably there's a log factory configured to write
> to
> the standard output and JBoss captures that.
>
> Sorry I can't be more help.
>
>
> Andrew.
>
> >
> >Thanks,
> >
> >Vica
>
>
>
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