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catalina.out log shows all classes being loaded - why?

Aaron Wilt
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Joined: Sep 26, 2001
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Subject basically says it all... when running tomcat on my local machine the catalina logs seems fairly clean... just exceptions, my log4j info/debug messages... etc.

When I upload the war to my server and run my app, I get all these "Loaded" message for each class that's loaded from each jar file or from my equivalent of the "webapps" directory. Here's an example:


Notice how the "[Loaded" doesn't have INFO or DEBUG etc in typical log4j style... so that makes me think it's some other tomcat logging setting that's only present on my linux server. Any ideas?

Thanks!
Aaron
David O'Meara
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Joined: Mar 06, 2001
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How are you starting tomcat? It looks like the -verbose flag is being passed to the JVM
Aaron Wilt
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I bet it's cpanel doing it... we have to start/stop tomcat through cpanel because we're using it to manage virtual hosts/domains.

Possible?
 
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