[logback-user] Why DEBUG by default?
jjensen at apache.org
Thu Apr 28 14:41:23 CEST 2011
Place a Logback XML config file on the classpath. I've done this in
many apps without a problem. You must've done this and it's not found
(is that what you mean by "cannot find configuration file anywhere")?
On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 7:29 AM, Leonid Ilyevsky
<lilyevsky at mooncapital.com> wrote:
> When logback cannot find configuration file anywhere, it sets the default to
> send everything to standard output and the level is set to DEBUG.
> This creates a big problem in our production environment: super-verbose log
> that is even difficult to look at.
> My solution was to create a small wrapper using JoranConfigurator. This
> works great, and I can do whatever I need.
> However, here is the downside: my code is no longer ignorant of logback.
> Previously it was purely slf4j everywhere, but now every class is indirectly
> dependent on logback stuff (though it is limited to 2 lines in every java
> file). This defeats the purpose of slf4j as pure facade.
> Is there any better solution?
> Our problem is, we need to guarantee that no matter what happens in the
> logging layer, it should never go wild and produce all that debugging noise.
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