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From "VijayaKumar Guddeti (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (LOG4J2-1242) Rollover fails to happen over midnight of everyday when RollingFile appender's 'filepattern' having mm or ss or SSS as the finest granularity, but working as expected when it is dd or HH.
Date Mon, 04 Jan 2016 16:02:39 GMT

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VijayaKumar Guddeti updated LOG4J2-1242:
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    Summary: Rollover fails to happen over midnight of everyday when RollingFile appender's
'filepattern' having mm or ss or SSS as the finest granularity, but working as expected when
it is dd or HH.  (was: Rollover fails to happen over midnight of everyday when 'date pattern'
having mm or ss or SSS as the finest granularity, but working as expected when it is dd or
HH.)

> Rollover fails to happen over midnight of everyday when RollingFile appender's 'filepattern'
having mm or ss or SSS as the finest granularity, but working as expected when it is dd or
HH.
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: LOG4J2-1242
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LOG4J2-1242
>             Project: Log4j 2
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Appenders
>    Affects Versions: 2.0-rc1
>         Environment: Windows and Linux 
>            Reporter: VijayaKumar Guddeti
>              Labels: features
>   Original Estimate: 48h
>  Remaining Estimate: 48h
>
> Rollover fails to happen over midnight of everyday when 'date pattern' having mm or ss
or SSS as the finest granularity, but working as expected when it is dd or HH. It means log4j2
(TimeBasedTiggeringPolicy) 'modulate' property is not functioning properly with mm or ss or
SSS as most specific in 'date pattern'.
> Tested with below scenarios, roll over did NOT had at midnight: 
> 1. RollingFile - filePattern="/app/rolledoverlogs/%d{yyyy-MM-dd.HHmm}" 
> TimeBasedTriggeringPolicy - interval = 1440, modulate = true
> 2. RollingFile - filePattern="/app/rolledoverlogs/%d{yyyy-MM-dd.HHmmss}" 
> TimeBasedTriggeringPolicy - interval = 86400, modulate = true
> 3. RollingFile - filePattern="/app/rolledoverlogs/%d{yyyy-MM-dd.HHmmss.SSS}" 
> TimeBasedTriggeringPolicy - interval = 86400000, modulate = true
> Tested with below scenarios, roll over is happening at midnight: 
> 1. RollingFile - filePattern="/app/rolledoverlogs/%d{yyyy-MM-dd.HH}" 
> TimeBasedTriggeringPolicy - interval = 24, modulate = true
> 2. RollingFile - filePattern="/app/rolledoverlogs/%d{yyyy-MM-dd}" 
> TimeBasedTriggeringPolicy - interval = 1, modulate = true



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