[logback-user] Exception and error safe logging
ceki at qos.ch
Wed Aug 24 17:53:48 CEST 2011
On 24/08/2011 4:14 PM, Adam Fitzgerald wrote:
> For a project I'm working on we would like to be able to attempt
> recovery after the occurrence exceptions and some errors, and are
> investigating methods of integrating the use of logback into this
> strategy. In the case of exceptions, does logback make any guarantee
> about what will/won't be thrown from the message logging methods? Is
> there anything like a 'safe' logging API that will not throw?
Logback will never throw exceptions visible at the application layer.
> Secondly we want to catch OOM errors that may occur in a call to
> logback. The simplest (but tedious) approach would be to wrap the
> calls in a try-catch block. Alternatively we are considering proxying
> the logger and wrapping the calls to the real logger in a try catch
> within the proxy. Can anyone forsee any issues with doing this? Does
> any kind of functionality like this already exist?
That includes OOM.
> Thanks in advance,
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