[logback-user] Multiple files and other issues

m.bresciani at email.it m.bresciani at email.it
Fri Mar 6 12:57:25 CET 2009

  I've given a very brief look and seems interesting and anyway useful.

So, except for MDC, now I have to filter the packages. These go to
different files, right?


whole application (or unspecified packages) - myapp.log
special.package.one - specialone.log
special.package.two - specialtwo.log
sub-app or external load - anotherlog.log

and so on.



Original Message:
From: Ceki Gulcu ceki at qos.ch
Date: Fri, 06 Mar 2009 12:16:35 +0100
To: logback-user at qos.ch
Subject: Re: [logback-user] Multiple files and other issues

The type of separation is possible. However, it is a relatively advanced 
feature. I suggest that you start by using MDC and go from there. MDC will
you to distinguish log entries from issued from different sessions.
However, all 
the logs will still go to the same file.

Documentation on MDC can be found at



Marco Bresciani wrote:
> Sorry, I was not clear.
>   What happens now, with the basic file, is:
> 1. I run my application;
> 2. the file trace/WebEML is created;
> 3. the application is running;
> 4. I run another session of my application (i.e.: double click again);
> 5. the same trace/WebEML file seems used.
> I'd like to have, for example, something like:
> trace/WebEML_111145.log for the first application session, ran at 11:11.45
> and
> trace/WebEML_111222.log for the secon application session, ran at 11:12.22
> or something like that, in order to distinguish the two different logs. Is
> it possible?
> Thanks,
> Marco 
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