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Log4j Configuration for JBoss Clustering Environment

Koti Samadhi
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Joined: Aug 26, 2009
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Hi Sir,


I am doing JBoss clustering to communicate with 3 different machines like 3 diff nodes configurations.

Here my doubt is how we can implement logs using JBoss for 3 different nodes.

what are the changes needed in JBoss-log4j.xml for common logging for all the three nodes.


Please, help me on that....

Thanks & Regards
Koti
Peter Johnson
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As far as I know you cannot get a common log file - each server instance will generate its own log file.


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