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From Tiago Sousa <tiago-a-so...@ext.ptinovacao.pt>
Subject Re: Tomcat6+webapps+log4j
Date Mon, 28 Jan 2013 11:44:01 GMT
Em 25/01/2013 19:39, Christopher Schultz escreveu:
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> Tiago,
>
> On 1/25/13 4:45 AM, Tiago Sousa wrote:
>> Em 25/01/2013 08:59, Konstantin Kolinko escreveu:
>>> 2013/1/24 Tiago Sousa <tiago-a-sousa@ext.ptinovacao.pt>:
>>>> Hello to all.
>>>>
>>>> I have tomcat 6
>>> Which version?
>> I'm using tomcat 6.0.16.
>>> Did you install it from a zip file downloaded from
>>> tomcat.apache.org?
>> Yes, i installed using a zip file downloaded from
>> tomcat.apache.org.
>>
>>> using JULI for logging (logging.properties in conf dir) plus
>>> several webapps using its own log4j.properties.
>>>
>>> I need to centralized all the logs so i thought to put a
>>> global/shared log4j.properties in $CATALINA_BASE\lib so that
>>> tomcat and each webapp can be controlled through this file. OK,
>>> but make sure that all jars are in their proper places.
>>> Sometimes people read the doc incorrectly.
>>>
>>> http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/logging.html
>> Ok, i think i've done it, namely:
>>
>> * Put|log4j.jar|and|tomcat-juli-adapters.jar|from "extras"
>> into|$CATALINA_HOME/lib|. *
>> Replace|$CATALINA_HOME/bin/tomcat-juli.jar|with|tomcat-juli.jar|from
>>
>>
> "extras".
>>
>> The problem i'm facing is that no logs are produced. At this time
>> i'm trying to configure just TOMCAT, no webapps, to log through
>> log4j but still no logs are produced. I've folowed the tutorial in
>> Apache logging webpage with the standard log4j.properties. No logs
>> in $CATALINA_BASE\logs.
>>> Which tutorial did you follow?
>> The one you mentioned:
>> http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/logging.html
>>> Did you configure them to be written to "${catalina.base}/logs"
>>> ? Maybe it tries to write them elsewhere?
>> It is configured in its standard version (
>> http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/logging.html), which i am
>> using.
>>> Is the file readable?
>> There is no file, tomcat does not create one and that is my
>> problem.
> I think Konstantin meant "is the config file readable" or perhaps "is
> the logs/ directory writable". Of course, all permissions must be
> relative to the effective uid running Tomcat.
>
> Check catalina.out. If you don't have a log4j.properties file (or
> similar) available, I believe you'll get a message on stdout saying
> "You haven't configured log4j properly" and you won't get any further
> log messages anywhere.
>
> - -chris
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Hi...

Just a final tip, i´m using log4j-api-2.0-beta3 as my log4j.jar (without 
renaming it).
Any problem with that?

Thanks.

Tiago

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