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Log file location?

Jake Hilton-2
I know seem like an uber noob but I can't for the life of me find where the log files are written to.

Help anyone?

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Jake

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Re: Log file location?

Manuel Raña
Jake Hilton escribió:
> I know seem like an uber noob but I can't for the life of me find
> where the log files are written to.
> Help anyone?
It could help if you post you log4j.properties files

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Re: Log file location?

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Manolo R.G. wrote:
Jake Hilton escribió:
  
I know seem like an uber noob but I can't for the life of me find 
where the log files are written to.
Help anyone?
    
It could help if you post you log4j.properties files

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Unfortunately i yet to work out how to filter logs into different applications, if u set a root logger on one, all logging within red5 will goto that log file set within that app !

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Jake Hilton-2
It's the default install of red5.. so I haven't changed any settings. I just was wondering if it is with the system logs.. or apache logs..   where would it write the logs by default?

Jake

On 10/13/06, Dan Rossi <[hidden email]> wrote:
Manolo R.G. wrote:
Jake Hilton escribió:
I know seem like an uber noob but I can't for the life of me find 
where the log files are written to.
Help anyone?
It could help if you post you log4j.properties files

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Unfortunately i yet to work out how to filter logs into different applications, if u set a root logger on one, all logging within red5 will goto that log file set within that app !

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Manuel Raña
Jake Hilton escribió:
> It's the default install of red5.. so I haven't changed any settings.
> I just was wondering if it is with the system logs.. or apache
> logs..   where would it write the logs by default? I know seem like an
> uber noob but I can't for the life of me find where the log files are
> written to.
At least if you're running red5 as a service, they should be at:
drive:\\path\red5\logs\red5.log

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