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From Lev A KARATUN <>
Subject Re: How can I access tomcat's logs using my jsp?
Date Mon, 06 Feb 2012 05:21:16 GMT

but if a symbolic link is deleted, its target remains unaffected. Are you 
sure that undeployment can damage my logs somehow?

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Karatun Lev,
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(495) 5464

André Warnier <> 
03.02.2012 20:00
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Re: How can I access tomcat's logs using my jsp?

John Renne wrote:
> I've done this before but always used the apache in front of tomcat to 
serve the logfiles. 
> If you're sure you want to let tomcat do the fileserving, I'ld suggest 
making a symlink in one of the application folders to the logsdirectory. 
That should do the trick. 

I would not do that without being very very careful.  Undeploying the 
application may just 
delete all your logs.

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