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From Peter Donald <dona...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Logging levels being ignored
Date Sat, 21 Apr 2001 02:37:04 GMT
At 10:15  20/4/01 -0400, Bob Johnson wrote:
>As distributed, JAMES's logging "level" is set to DEBUG (the most verbose).
>I attempted (w/o success) to reduce this level by editing the JAMES.xml.conf
>line from
>  <channel name="default"      loglevel="DEBUG"  logwriter="default"/>
>  <channel name="default"      loglevel="EMERGENCY"  logwriter="default"/>
>This attempt to go from one verbose extreme to the opposite is having NO
>affect.  All the DEBUG level msgs still appear in the logfiles (I did this
>to all the channels).  I'm assuming that the loglevel strings are the names
>of the static int field names defined in the Logger interface.
>Is this a bug with logging, or cockpit-error on my part?

It could be either. At one stage there was a bug in logging. Which version
are you using? Another possibility is that the categories in config file
may no longer line up with categories used in code.


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