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From "Hughes, Tim" <>
Subject RE: tomcat log file behaviour
Date Fri, 29 Jun 2001 09:48:32 GMT

(Tomcat 3.2.1, Windows 2000, JDK 1.3.1)

Does anyone know what the behaviour of log files is in Tomcat?

I have noticed that each time that Tomcat is restarted, the log files get
wiped clean.

What happens if I have Tomcat running as a NT service? Do the files get
wiped after a certain time period or do they just grow and grow until the
files reach some maximum size. If so what happens then?

What advice would you give me on how to setup the logfiles for Tomcat
running as an NT service.

I have not seen any information about this in the documentation or any
relevant information in the archives.


Tim Hughes

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Subject: somewhat closer to proper tomcat operation


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