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From Samisa Abeysinghe <>
Subject Re: maximum log file size 1M
Date Fri, 09 Nov 2007 09:49:32 GMT
Sanjaya Karunasena wrote:
>>>>> I am bit confused here. Why do we couple http transport with logging.
>>>>> see a violation of seperation of concerns. This logging is for Axis2.
>>>>> Http is just one of the transports. Resposibility shoud be with Axis2.
>>>> This is about accepting the configuration parameters as server startup
>>>> arguments.
>>>> For example maximum log file size is given for simple axis2 server
>>>> ./axis2_http_server -LOG_FILE_SIZE <value in mb>
>>>> Similarly we need a way to provide this when starting apache2 server
>>>> with axis2 module plugged in. This argument value is appropriatly
>>>> handled by our server startup code and pass to the logging module which
>>>> has no dependancy on transport :)
>>> So my question is shouldn't that be part of axis2.xml? httpd.conf belongs
>>> to the http server. If I run this only using TCP?
>> What if I run two server instances using the same axis2.xml?
> Is it two server instances or supporting two transports?

Can be both.
I can run simple axis server as well as httpd with the same repo (same
services and modules)
I can also use http with simple axis server and tcp with tcp server with
the same repo as well.


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