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From Andy LoPresto <>
Subject Re: Where does output go?
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:19:19 GMT

Sorry you are experiencing difficulty with this. SSL debugging is a feature I use often. You
should see this output in logs/nifi-bootstrap.log. Ensure you do not have another Java arg
with a conflicting argument number in bootstrap.conf (although as you have put it as 16, I
think you should be safe against a default install). If it is not getting *any* output, I’d
toggle that Java arg and restart. If it’s still nothing, I’d try running NiFi directly,
rather than as a service.

Can you please let us know what OS, hardware, and Java version you are using? Thanks.

Andy LoPresto
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> On Jan 11, 2017, at 9:48 AM, Joe Gresock <> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'm trying to turn on SSL verbose logging using
>,handshake in my bootstrap.conf (nifi
> version 1.1.0).  As far as I can remember, this output goes to either
> stdout or stderr (I forget which).
> As a result, I'm trying to find the output in my nifi-bootstrap.log file,
> but this log file doesn't appear to be getting any output whatsoever (not
> even at startup time).  I am using the original logback.xml, with respect
> to the BOOTSTRAP_FILE appender and related loggers.
> Does anyone know where the logging should go?  Also, should
> I see anything in my nifi-bootstrap.log file?
> I am starting nifi using "sudo service nifi start".
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