[logback-dev] [JIRA] Commented: (LBGENERAL-40) Default behaviour with no config
Ceki Gulcu (JIRA)
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Tue Feb 16 22:50:33 CET 2010
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Ceki Gulcu commented on LBGENERAL-40:
The reason for log4j not defaulting to the console is because not all platforms have a console. It has nothing to do with safety in the production environment. Log4j does not prevent the user from shooting oneself in the foot nor should it. It's the same with logback.
While I am sorry for logback's behavior in the absence of a config file to have caused you trouble, I don't believe it merits correction.
> Default behaviour with no config
> Key: LBGENERAL-40
> URL: http://jira.qos.ch/browse/LBGENERAL-40
> Project: logback-general
> Issue Type: Improvement
> Affects Versions: 0.9.14
> Reporter: Paul Murray
> Assignee: Logback dev list
> One of our developers put logback in our project and didn't add a config file. This has killed our prod server for a week - 2 gig of hibernate debug messages per day, until I worked out WTF.
> Log4j handles this situation by emitting a single message and producing no more output. This is a pain in the butt in development - because you always have to put a log4j config somewhere while coding - but now I understand why: it's built to be usable safely in a production environment.
> I think you should consider altering the logback default behaviour to do what log4j does. Without that, it's a nervous business staging it on an internet-facing server.
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