[logback-user] Problem with Logging in Linux
Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen
thunderaxiom at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 27 09:34:08 CEST 2012
Have you enabled automatic printing of status messages in case of warming or
It will go to your console.
From: logback-user-bounces at qos.ch [mailto:logback-user-bounces at qos.ch] On
Behalf Of Tony Trinh
Sent: 25. august 2012 23:57
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Subject: Re: [logback-user] Problem with Logging in Linux
On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 6:52 AM, Oliver Zemann <oliver.zemann at gmail.com>
Hi, i have the absolut identical file for Windows which works as
expected (logging), but not for linux:
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.
Your config for the RollingFileAppender is missing the <file> element. The
manual contains a good example of all the necessary elements . logback
should print a warning in the debug output for this.
It would be helpful if you provided additional details to reproduce the
* What version of logback and slf4j are you using?
* Which flavor (and version) of Linux are you running?
* Does the same problem occur when you try your logback config in a simple
HelloWorld app (outside of install4j)?
FYI, your logback config works (writes to a file) for me in Android.
It looks like Install4j supports a console , when running the installer
with "-c". It might be worth seeing if logback's debug-output prints in that
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