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Log4j logging file housekeeping

Ravi Gupt
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Joined: Oct 16, 2007
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Hi Guys,

I have a requirement that on each jboss server restart it should create a new myServer.log file and it should rename old file to myServer_DDMMYY_HHMMSS.log

for example: I have created a RollingFileAppender for myServer.log in jboss-log4j.xml, what changes should I do in this configuration so that it archives(renames) existing file and create a new myServer.log on each server re-start.


Thanks,
Ravi
Peter Johnson
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Add some code to the startup script to do this; there is no Log4J configuration option that will do this for you.


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