[logback-user] Question

Loren Siebert loren at stackhub.com
Tue Jun 2 07:39:47 CEST 2009


This is exactly what StackHub does. You get notified once and only  
once per error, even when the error occurs across multiple nodes  
running your app.

In addition, you can set threshold alerts around other log events,  
create filters at run time, and see trends over various time frames  
with interactive charts.


On Jun 1, 2009, at 9:12 PM, Louie Liu wrote:

> We have the following use case and would like to know what is the  
> best practice in logback framework.
> Basically, we are trying to use the SMTP logger appender to send  
> alert email when the erorr is occured.  The issue is that we would  
> like to generate a summary messages (which including, for example,  
> about 100 errors which occured within the given time frame) and send  
> only one email.  The reason for it is to reduce the number of email  
> to avoid flush the email server.
> Please let us know what is the best way to configure the logback to  
> satisfy the use case above.
> Thanks a lot.
> Louie
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