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From Jason Poley <jpo...@poley.com>
Subject RE: query
Date Tue, 27 Aug 2002 21:03:07 GMT
you can also just use NFS and mount the log dir on another server.

or use Syslog Appender

or use socket appender 

or use jdbc appender 

or use JMS Appender

or send mail with SMTP appender

all these do some sort of logging over a network, depends on your goals.


On Tue,
27 Aug 2002, Aghanian, Rostom wrote:

> You can write your own Appender object which can send logging events over
> the network.  
> For example, one thing we have implemented here is an HTTPAppender (extended
> from AppenderSkeleton) which sends the Log4J LoggingEvent object over the
> wire using the HTTP protocol.  And on the recieving end we have an HTTP
> server running a servlet, listening for incoming messages.  Works out pretty
> nicely for the most part.  There are few issues with this method but you
> should be fine if you aren't doing anything complex and are just logging
> simple messages.
> Rostom Aghanian
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hrishikesh Thombare [mailto:thrishiin@yahoo.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 27, 2002 9:45 AM
> To: log4j-dev@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: query
> hi
> i am new to this group and i have one question. does
> Log4J write over the network. i have an application
> running on unix server and i want to see the log
> messages on my local machine. how can i do that using
> Log4J?
> thank you in advance.
> hrishi
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