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From dalon...@grupodelaware.com
Subject Shutting down specific instance of log file
Date Mon, 12 Jan 2004 15:12:12 GMT
Hi everyone.

I'm currently facing a problem where I have two instances of log files, one
running internally using Turbine, and the other for a process withing my
application which runs for about an hour every day.  For this separate
process I have my own log file, and I wish to shut it down after it is
finished.  The properties file for that log file looks like this:

log4j.rootLogger=DEBUG, default

log4j.appender.default.layout.ConversionPattern=[%d] [%t] %-5p %M.%L - %m%n

The problem is in my code, the only way I have found to terminate this log
file is by calling LogManager.shutdown(); which unfortunately closses all
log files down (including the Turbine log file) which is not the intended
purpose.  Can anyone offer any suggestions for shutting down only one
specific log file??



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