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server.log in JBoss 6

 
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The server.log shows only a fraction of the error message which are shown in the console.
My jboss-logging.xml is still out of the box.
The configurations for the file and console handler look similiar.
However I see ERRORS scrolling by in the console on startup and in the server log only one ERROR without any usefull details shows up.
I need to see all ERRORS in the server.log
 
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The server.log logging is triggered a bit too late during the server startup process in AS6. Most of the other (previous) remaining logs can be found in the boot.log.
 
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Thanks Jaikiran,
perhaps you could help me with another logging problem.
I see log messages from my EJB jar but not from my WAR.
In both cases I use


But I never see log message from managed beans in the WAR. I have checked with the debugger that the log statements are actually called.
 
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When are you logging this message? During server startup or after the server is up and running and when you access the application? What is the package name and the classname from where you are logging that message? Is that a log4j Logger? Have you packaged a log4j.xml/log4j.properties in your application? What does it look like?
 
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