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From Shamir Karkal <shamir.kar...@mphasis.com>
Subject Re: Is JCS slow ?
Date Tue, 20 Jan 2004 23:00:50 GMT
The log4j configuration in JBoss can be done at 
$JBOSS_HOME/server/<default>/config/log4j.xml , for most of the jboss 
3.x series. If you are using some other profile rather than "default", 
replace accordingly in above.

Regards

S H A M I R
Development Gateway
Washington DC
Ph : 1-202-473-4147


James Taylor wrote:
>> But I have 8 line in log for each element read :
>> Maybe it's comming from here ? How can I disable the log ? Is it maybe 
>> JBoss
>> who activate this ?
> 
> 
> Oh my yes, 8 lines of output per element will slow things down plenty. 
> You need to turn the log4j log level for the jcs classes up to INFO or 
> WARN. Yes, JBoss is probably initializing log4j, I unfortunately don't 
> know where it keeps the config though.
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