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Not correct work TimeBasedRollingPolicy

Anton Zaytsev

Joined: Jan 11, 2013
Posts: 1
Good day!
Sorry for my English. And for what I'm quite green in this question.

I have a problem: on WebSpere is installed application, and dividing logs by size and time worked perfectly, if I do not restart the application. But if application was stopped, logs is not divided more. I could set new name for log-file, and if this name earlier was not used for this aims, all in normal. Else, log-file could grow more then set in <MaxFileSize>.

In logback.xml:

I think, problem in WebSphere caching, but I cannot solve.
Thank you in advance!
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subject: Not correct work TimeBasedRollingPolicy
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