|The next Chainsaw release will address this issue (no date yet - hopefully soon)...the only option currently available is to build Chainsaw yourself and run it locally.
If you want to download and It worked!!!
I modified the log4j SimpleSocketServer as recommended and rebuilt
(under NetBeans) and was able to receive log messages via ethernet from
a C++ program using log4cxx.
Thanks VERY muchHi
As Log4j1.3 abandoned I migrate to Log4j1.2.15
However in this the field like Line method etc are not working in Chainsaw all comes blank !
and I need this info in my application so please The receiver needs reliable delimiters to separate text into fields.
Your two example log lines contain
Logger AE - getSectionOperationOptByAEPath DTC given
Logger LOOKUP - LU convertResultSetToXCurt Arnold [mailto carnold@(protected)] wrote
> The log4j.dtd had been changed in log4j 1.2.15 to avoid this annoying
> warning (it should not have been reported as an error since
On Sep 25 2007 at 8 49 AM Phillpotts James wrote
> I 'm using the ability for log4j to use system properties in order to
> create a single log4j.xml that works on all types of environmenFolks
I have Chainsaw sort of working using a log4j written text log.
But the logFormat is not correct.
What are the possible values for this (logFormat)?
A co-worker thinks the pattern is (2 samplHi
I 'm using the ability for log4j to use system properties in order to
create a single log4j.xml that works on all types of environment
(development test production) with different levels of log
On 2007-09-19 0 33 14 Paul Smith wrote
> > > Try setting a RepositorySelector that returns an instance of
Thanks - I will try.
To clarify you are recommending that I inser
On Sep 24 2007 at 11 59 AM James A. N. Stauffer wrote
> I used to have additivity set to false for sps.webec.sql (I don 't know
> why it was changed). Would that be sufficient to fix it?
DonI used to have additivity set to false for sps.webec.sql (I don 't know
why it was changed). Would that be sufficient to fix it?
On 9/24/07 Curt Arnold <carnold@(protected) > wrote
> On Sep 24 200
On Sep 24 2007 at 8 59 AM James A. N. Stauffer wrote
> Does this provide any clues?
Yes the problem is shown in the stack trace.
sps.webec.sql.ConnectionBroker uses log4j internally and is The two threads use different loggers. If I made the sub-logger point
to the same appender with additivity false would that prevent the
problem. It appears that Catagory.callAppenders locks each catWould reducing the number of logs that get to the appender reduce the
chance for this? What else could be done to reduce the chance of it
On 9/21/07 Curt Arnold <carnold@(protected) > wrotDoes this provide any clues? Do you have suggestions on what I should do?
Java stack information for the threads listed above
At 05 29 PM 9/22/2007 you wrote
>Caught your point.
>The problem remains when I deploy a library in my application
>developed by someone else.
>I instantiate my logger statically once so i just
> Are you talking about rogue library code within
> one application performing configuration more
> than once (or at all since library code has no
> business performing configuration or sCaught your point.
The problem remains when I deploy a library in my application developed by someone else.
I instantiate my logger statically once so i just use configure( "mylog4j.properties ") and L
Are you talking about rogue library code within
one application performing configuration more
than once (or at all since library code has no
business performing configuration or supplying
I have a main application and other ones running on the same WebSphere server. I use PropertyConfigurator.configure(...) to read my properties file when starting main application but i don 't wantHi
Before I stumbled upon Log4J Extras I had written a composite time-and-size-based appender against the 1.2.14 code. The code is freely available at http //www.simonsite.org.uk (it 's on the home
On Sep 21 2007 at 3 18 PM James A. N. Stauffer wrote
> We don 't redirect System.out or System.err. Both stack traces showed
> that both threads were calling logger.debug or logger.info.
CallinWe don 't redirect System.out or System.err. Both stack traces showed
that both threads were calling logger.debug or logger.info.
On 9/21/07 Curt Arnold <carnold@(protected) > wrote
> Took me a whileTook me a while to notice that the quoted post is over a year old. I
didn 't see any follow up in the archives. In the original posting
that it is a block between a lock on a PrintStream and a R
I am using log4j in websphere environment and I 'm seeing the JVM hold
onto the file handle after a successful log (single thread). This issue
is preventing the RollingFileAppender froHi
I am using log4j1.2.15 in weblogic8.1
I need RollingFileAppender or DailyRollingFileAppender for my application.
here is the log4j xml where in tried both
<?xml version "1.0 " encoding "UTF-8 " After years of using log4j I also encountered this. Is it a freak
rare occurance or is there a cause that can be addressed?
Found one Java-level deadlock
Adding an appender to the "root " logger will provide you with your catch-all
appender. Maybe a Console appender. I suggest setting the level for "root "
to "WARN " and then lower the threshold as nExcellent! Glad to hear you got it worked out -) It 's also interesting to
find out what Hivemind is doing as far as logger naming. I 've never seen that
done before. I wonder if they document it
I am deploying an application onto Tomcat 5.5 and I keep getting this error
log4j WARN No appenders could be found for logger
log4j WARN Please initializ|