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Hello: I cannot seem to get rid of all the DEBUG level log messages from the JK2 connector I have setup between Apache 2 and the integrated Tomcat container in JBoss 3.2. I have set all of the debug directives in the various loggers to 0 and I have included a JkLogLevel info in my httpd.conf. My setup is as follows: I have three instances of Tomcat 4 running, with a separate ajp13 connector for each; two of these instances are stand-alone tomcats, with loadbalancing enables. The third is the integrated tomcat that comes bundled with JBoss. Everything is set up, everything works, the connectors work fine, load-balancing works fine. However, in the Integrated instance of Tomcat running in the JBoos server, I am getting all of the JK2 debugging log messages and I cannot seem to turn them off. I do not get these messages in either of the other two instances of tomcat. Is there something special I need to do get rid of these things? They are really bogging down the application and bloating the server logs. Thanks in advance, Aaron
Are you configuring the log4j settings in JBoss/server/default/conf/log4j.xml? Try putting in something like:
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Ah, you are onto something. I had to add <category name="org.apache.jk"> <priority value="INFO" /> </category> to conf/log4j.xml Thanks for the help!!