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From "David Smiley @MITRE.org" <DSMI...@mitre.org>
Subject Re: Log levels setting
Date Wed, 30 Apr 2008 18:25:09 GMT

I agree with you Jerome.  It seems to me that the SolrCore.execute() should
log at DEBUG level (aka "FINE" in JUL parlance), not INFO.  I too don't want
to raise the log level to WARN which would throw out the baby with the bath
water.  For now, I'm just going to modify SolrCore line 958 since I'm living
on the edge.

~ David


gerrys0 wrote:
> 
> You can use CURL (or whatever you use for HTTP requests) to 
> hit the URL's that you click on in the Solr Admin. So, for 
> example, to turn logging off, you can hit the following URL 
> using CURL.
> 
> http://www.example.com:8983/solr/admin/action.jsp?log=OFF
> 
> As for your second question, I actually have been wondering 
> the same thing, but for different reasons.
> 
> We have been wanting to store the search requests in order 
> to build a "Most Popular Searches Today|This Week|etc." 
> feature. If we could isolate those searches, that may be one 
> way to do it. (Though we will probably end up rolling our 
> own solution i.e. store the queries in our DB at query time 
> or something like that.)
> 
> On 6/29/2007 11:09 AM Jérôme Etévé claimed:
>> Hi,
>> is there a way to avoid going to the web interface to set up the solr
>> log level ?
>> 
>> I'm also a bit confused about the INFO log level. Actually it's very
>> nice to see some startup info about the schema , solr home setting,
>> customize modules loaded ..  But also this INFO log levels gives two
>> lines for every request done, which fills up very quickly the log file
>> with not so usefull information .
>> 
>> Is there a way to isolate those request informations from the INFO log 
>> level ?
>> 
>> Thanks for your comments and advices !
>> 
>> Jerome.
>> 
> 
> 

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