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From Paul Smith <paul.sm...@lawlex.com.au>
Subject Re: MemoryAppender
Date Thu, 09 Oct 2003 21:34:18 GMT
This is exactly what the SMTPAppender does, uses a sliding window
(BufferSize property) to hold the events until a triggering event occurs
(by default an ERROR level event).


Paul Smith

On Fri, 2003-10-10 at 04:07, shmittal@checkfree.com wrote:
> Most of our production applications have log threshold set to INFO most
> of
> the time. Request data and response is not logged at INFO level. But to
> trouble-shoot an ERROR, the support folks like to have detailed
> information
> about the request that saw the error. It is not always possible to
> recreate
> that error, and there is not much benefit of chaging the log level
> later. I
> am sure this is a familiar issue.
> One solution to the above problem is to use an MemoryAppender for DEBUG
> level and capture the data required for troubleshooting for each request
> in
> a Collection that stores this info for, say last 50 requests, and dumps
> this to another appender on a predefined event. The predefined event
> could
> be a FATAL error or a user initiated event.
> Is there a similar Appender available in the distribution or the sandbox
> ?
> Thanks
> Shuchi

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