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From Ceki Gülcü <>
Subject Re: [logging] releasing log4j resources
Date Mon, 07 Feb 2005 20:02:14 GMT

Shouldn't this web-app which apparently knows it is using log4j call 
LogManger.shutdown() directly?

At 09:05 PM 2/7/2005, you wrote:
> describes an
>issues that arises when restarting web apps in tomcat. JCL bridges to
>log4j which has a rolling file appender configured. the file appender
>doesn't roll when the application is restarted. the proposed solution is
>to add a call to LogManager.shutdown.
>i'm a little worried that calling shutdown may be inappropriate in this
>circumstance the JVM isn't closing, just a web application. before i
>take this question to the log4j lists, i wondered whether any log4j
>experts would be so kind as to either confirm my concerns or set my mind
>at ease.
>- robert
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