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Tomcat5.0 logging stdout.log

Andy Hahn
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Joined: Aug 31, 2004
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Hi,
I recently installed Tomcat5.0 as I was previously using Tomcat4.1.
I am using Struts and Hibernate. The migration works fine, except that I noticed the stdout.log file in Tomcat/logs is about 10MB in size. An example of the contents of the file are provided below. How can I surpress the amount of logging that is being written to that file on startup?

Thanks!

 
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