[logback-user] Problem with Logging in Linux
adam.n.gordon at gmail.com
Fri Aug 24 17:34:36 CEST 2012
I think you need to use an absolute path to the log file. I recall other
folks having issues before. Try that and let us know.
On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 5:15 AM, Oliver Zemann <oliver.zemann at gmail.com>wrote:
> Yes i did but the problem is that this application is a install4j
> application which does not handle stdio/stderr/stdout - so this is
> dropped. I do not see anything from the stdout :/
> 2012/8/24 ceki <ceki at qos.ch>:
> > Have you tried enabling logback's internal status messages?
> > <configuration debug="true" scan=...>
> > ...
> > </configuration>
> > On 24.08.2012 12:52, Oliver Zemann wrote:
> >> Hi, i have the absolut identical file for Windows which works as
> >> expected (logging), but not for linux:
> >> http://rifers.org/paste/show/1801
> >> There is just no logging - i started everything as root. Even when i
> >> use the FileAppender with its file name property set to "somelog.log"
> >> or "/root/somelog.log" it just saves nothing and i have no idea why.
> >> I used updatedb && locate to find a file called like this but there
> >> was nothing. Also lsof with a grep find nothing opened. So it is
> >> really not logging.
> >> Regards,
> >> Oli
> > --
> > Ceki
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