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From ohaya <>
Subject Re: Where are Tomcat logs when run as service?
Date Mon, 23 Aug 2004 07:32:17 GMT

Shakeel wrote:
> Hi, thats good that you started this as a service, we just done same with
> our application, and may be our discussion help each other.
> Here is exact information about logs of Tomcat when running as a service.
> 1- All System.out.print go to $:\Tomcat4.1\logs\stdout.log
> 2- All System.err.print go to $:\Tomcat4.1\logs\stderr.log
> 3- All other loggers like Log4j etc go to there respective streams.
> Now if you want to see the live logs exactly like Tomcat running as a stand
> alone server you will install cygwin and use folllowing command.
> tail -f c:/Tomcat4.1/logs/stdout.log
> etc.
> I wish we could communicate as we also have some unresolved issues like
> printing from POS terminals, which are under R&D.
> Also keep in mind that as a service JVM is picking JAVA_OPTS or not. Or you
> will have to edit some registry values.

Hi Joseph, Eric, and Shakeel,

Thanks!  I missed those files, as I've been working with the .EXE for
awhile, and didn't notice them there after I installed the service on
the new machine :(.  Things seem to be working ok now.


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