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From "James Stauffer" <stauffer.ja...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: AsyncAppender Issue
Date Tue, 10 Apr 2007 19:35:51 GMT
How are you configuring AsyncAppender.  I think it has an option that
throws away logs when the buffer is full.

On 4/10/07, Luedecke, Michael J <michael.luedecke@eds.com> wrote:
> I'm losing logs when I use the AsyncAppender for some reason.  This loss
> of logs occurs whether I'm using a custom appender or out-of-the-box
> appender (i.e. FileAppender).
> I have not noticed this problem when I send a string in the log method
> call.  It only seems to happen when I pass an object in the log method
> call.  The object I'm sending in the log is not large or complex.  It is
> a HashMap collection containing only 5 or 6 entries.
> The logs that get created successfully varies.  Sometimes I get all of
> the logs I'm expecting, but, most of the time I don't.  If I use the
> appenders without the AsyncAppender I'm consistently getting all of the
> expected logs.
> I'm not creating a large number of logs (my test case only creates 3
> logs).  Nevertheless, I have tried to change all of the options used by
> the AsyncAppender just in case, but it has not resolved anything.
> Other characteristics of my environment:
> * Using log4j 1.2.14
> * Using JDK 1.4.2_14
> * OS is Windows XP
> Has anyone else experienced this type of behavior with the
> AsyncAppender?
> Thanks.

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