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Frequent Exceptions: Broken Pipe, Conn. Reset, Socket Write error, etc...

 
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Good Afternoon!

I've recently taken over maintenance and development of a Struts 1.2.x-based Web Application deployed to a Weblogic 9.2 server.

My server admin complains a lot about this app, as it produces a lot exceptions in the server logs. I've traced the issue down to users hitting refresh, stop, or clicking wildly during a page-load. So, the server throws a ServletException telling me about one of the following (or some variation):

- Broken Pipe (seems common on unix)
- Response contained no data (seems more common on my windows localhost)
- Connection reset by Peer, Software caused connection abort: socket write error.

My research so far has revealed that these are "notification" exceptions thrown by Weblogic, simply indicating a recovery from an interruption while writing a response to a given client.

So my question is: what is a simple way to disable, or at least filter, these messages?

Cheers & Regards,
Edward Smith (display name already taken!)

P.S. Here's an example of the exceptions in question:

[ May 28, 2008: Message edited by: Ted Smyth ]
 
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Hi,

as you can see in your message:

<Apr 25, 2008 10:02:36 AM EDT> <Notice> <Stdout> <000000> <179914009 [[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '5' for queue:



This is a NOTICE message. You can change severity logging messages selecting a server from the admin console then logging and then changig the attribute :
Severity Level for logging, standard out and domain log broadcaster.

This should stop this kind of message.
 
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Originally posted by Marcos Maia:
Hi,

as you can see in your message:



This is a NOTICE message. You can change severity logging messages selecting a server from the admin console then logging and then changig the attribute :
Severity Level for logging, standard out and domain log broadcaster.

This should stop this kind of message.



Thanks for the tip Marcos.

Regards,
Edward
 
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