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From "Jacob Kjome" <h...@visi.com>
Subject Re: User-based logger level
Date Mon, 11 Jun 2012 15:28:33 GMT

It's possible that Log4j2 supports this out of the box, but for Log4j1, the 
obvious way is to call logger.log() methods that accept an explicit 
Level/Priority [1].  Set a ThreadLocal with the Level to use and pass that 
Level to log() method.



On Mon, 11 Jun 2012 17:55:10 +0800
 yong.li@agfa.com wrote:
> Dear all,
> We're about to implement a logging strategy that for different users 
> different effective logger level are used. In particular, we are doing 
> EJB, and we have already pushed user info onto MDC to implement this 
> strategy. 
> By default, the system will run using the following example logger levels 
> for all users:
> root = INFO
> com.my.ejb1=WARNING
> com.my.ejb2=INFO // different ejbs may have different default levels
> ...
> When a system setting is enabled at runtime, we want to change 
> com.my.ejb1=DEBUG, but only for a few selected users. That is, if user A 
> invokes ejb1, all ejb1 log messages with level >= DEBUG will be logged, 
> while if another user B invokes ejb1, it uses the default setting, and 
> only messages with level >= WARNING will be logged. (it also honors the 
> logger hierarchy, that is if we want to change the level for a package, 
> all ejbs in that package behave in the same way)
> We will do this on our production systems, so performance is critical.
> What would be a good way to achieve this?
> Kind Regards,
> Yong

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