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W3C logs in Tomcat

 
Terry Jeske
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Searching the web I see some Change logs on the Apache site that Tomcat has added W3C Logging, I cannot find any mention on how to enable it. I am a little surprised no one else has asked this question on the site.

Anyone have a solution for this. We are running a stand alone TC55, and the TC site says that with this configuration it degrades performance to put Apache or IIS on the front-end.
 
Terry Jeske
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Anyone have any ideas on this. I am a bit surprised that I am the only one interested in this topic.
 
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Uncomment the accessLog valve entry in server.xml
The file will be localhost_access_log_DATE.txt in your logs directory.
 
Ben Souther
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Originally posted by Terry Jeske:

Anyone have a solution for this. We are running a stand alone TC55, and the TC site says that with this configuration it degrades performance to put Apache or IIS on the front-end.


Where on the TC site does it say this?
 
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