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From "James Stauffer" <stauffer.ja...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: lifesigns
Date Thu, 17 Aug 2006 13:25:05 GMT
If you log everything to 1 database, then that would be easy.  The
solution you mention should also work.

On 8/17/06, Takacs Bence <bence@watt22.hu> wrote:
> You mean I have to set up a daemon, which checks if a specific
> application from a specific remote host hasn't made a log in the last
> ten minutes? And I have to search the database or the xml log file for
> the specific logs?
>
> It's a little bit complicated, if you have about ten servers, and a
> central logging server...
>
> What if I make my own LifeSignAppender, which is not a real logger but
> has a Time parameter, and runs Threads which measure time, and if the
> Time is up, throw an ERROR level log? However, could an appender throw a
> log message?
>
> Thanks:
>         Bence
>
>
> James Stauffer wrote:
> > You could easily make a cron job/sceduled task to check the modified
> > date of the log.
> >
> > On 8/16/06, Takacs Bence <bence@watt22.hu> wrote:
> >> Hello
> >>
> >> Is there a possibility for listerning to an application's 'lifesign'? I
> >> mean: send an email or other message, if there is no log from that
> >> application in the recent 10 minutes?
> >>
> >> Thanks:
> >>         Bence
> >>
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