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From Jacob Kjome <h...@visi.com>
Subject Re: Undeploying problem with Tomcat 5.5 and Log4J
Date Wed, 03 Jan 2007 16:36:52 GMT

Do you call LogManager.shutdown() in the shutdown method of a
ServletContextListener?  If not, do so and try again.

Jake

Quoting "Gilbert, Antoine" <AGilbert@korem.com>:

> Hi list
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> I deploy an application WAR on a Tomcat 5.5 instance. This application
> use Log4j (via commons-logging) and create some logs in a file within
> the related Web app directory (/webapps/myWebApp). The file is defined
> by a file appender tag in my log4j.xml file.
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> The problem is when I undeploy this Web app, my Web app directory can't
> be deleted because of the log file; it seems to be locked by Tomcat.
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> Any idea?
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