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Oct 24, 2022, 11:17:12 AM10/24/22
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Good morning

Could someone help me with a minimum configuration for the Logger and save the most compact log possible? 

This is my actual config:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<logger name="Q2" class="org.jpos.q2.qbean.LoggerAdaptor">
<property name="redirect" value="${logger.redirect}" />
<log-listener class="org.jpos.util.SimpleLogListener" />

<log-listener class="org.jpos.util.ProtectedLogListener">
<property name="protect" value="2 14 35 45" />
<property name="wipe" value="52 55 120" />

<log-listener class="org.jpos.util.RotateLogListener">
<property name="file" value="log/q2.log" />
<property name="window" value="86400" />
<property name="copies" value="90" />
<property name="maxsize" value="100000000" />


Alejandro Revilla

Nov 2, 2022, 4:04:15 PM11/2/22
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You can reduce the number of copies and max size to keep less time. Verbosity would be the same, unless you create different loggers for different components, and eventually a NOLOG logger with no listeners.

As part of jPOS 3 (branch 'next'), we plan to overhaul the audit log subsystem in order to make it more friendly to log aggregation tools, better tracing, etc. so stay tuned.

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