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From Michael Wechner <michael.wech...@wyona.com>
Subject Re: Share your experiences with log4j.
Date Tue, 11 Mar 2014 12:58:45 GMT
thanks very much for your feedback. Will have a closer look at it and
send some feedback
once I have made some more progress on it.

Thanks

Michael

Am 11.03.14 13:47, schrieb Matt Sicker:
> On Monday, 10 March 2014, Michael Wechner <michael.wechner@wyona.com> wrote:
>
>> Am 10.03.14 13:34, schrieb Matt Sicker:
>>> You should try the async plugin. It's really good at getting out of the
>> way
>>> performance wise.
>> is that part of log4j2 (or 1 or both)?
>>
>> I guess you mean
>>
>> http://logging.apache.org/log4j/2.x/manual/async.html
>>
>> right?
> Correct!
>
>
>>>  Also, what sort of custom plugin are you using?
>> I am not sure I understand your question, can you explain some more?
>>
>> (Our custom appender to send messages via HTTP is still based on log4j
>> version 1)
> Does log4j 2 have an appender that fulfills that role? I recommend checking
> out the Flume appender or JMS appender for networked logging due to general
> reliability issues (both are designed for that sort of situation).
>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Michael
>>> On Monday, 10 March 2014, Michael Wechner <michael.wechner@wyona.com<javascript:;>>
>> wrote:
>>>> Hi
>>>>
>>>> I am using log4j within the Yanel CMS (http://www.yanel.org) for
>> regular
>>>> debugging, but
>>>> also for logging of 404 and access.
>>>>
>>>> I have recently upgraded part of the code to log4j2 in order to use fish
>>>> tagging, which works very fine.
>>>>
>>>> Also I am using log4j to send messages via HTTP (and ActiveMQ messages)
>>>> to another server asynchronously,
>>>> but in this particular case I am struggling with some odd threading
>>>> problem, which is slowing down the CMS
>>>> and makes it stop completely at some point. Unfortunately I have not
>>>> found the reason yet for this and hence
>>>> it is currently disabled, whereas I don't think it has anything to do
>>>> with log4j itself, but rather with the code of
>>>> our custom logger. As soon as I will have some time I will compare our
>>>> code with for example
>>>>
>>>> https://github.com/alexlod/scribe-log4j-appender
>>>>
>>>> HTH
>>>>
>>>> Michael
>>>>
>>>> Am 10.03.14 01:43, schrieb Matt Sicker:
>>>>> I'd like to hear how you use log4j in your personal projects and work
>>>>> projects. Like, which plugins do you use? How do you integrate them
>> with
>>>> a
>>>>> larger system? Are you using it in a distributed computing environment?
>>>>> Cloud hosting? Physical servers under your control? Inside a bunch of
>>>> VMs?
>>>>> Where do you store your logging data? How do you pass that data around?
>>>>> JMS? Flume? Database connections? Are you using custom plugins?
>>>>>
>>>>> This information will help me flesh out some more content for my
>> upcoming
>>>>> ApacheCon presentation on Log4j 2. I'd like to hear various use cases,
>>>>> especially ones using the new, neat features in 2.0.
>>>>>
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