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Re: Re: Illogical logging by rootLogger

Subject: Re: Re: Illogical logging by rootLogger
From: Christian Grobmeier
Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2010 14:41:14 +0100
Hi,
how do you instantiate your logger object?

I mean code like:Â
$logger = Logger::getLogger("b");

for the ldap

And I think you need to removeÂthreshold="ALL" in the first tag, because it will filter out everything

Christian

On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 2:35 PM, Florian Platzer <[email protected]> wrote:
Hi,

thanks for your response!
I've now tried to use a xml configuration file and had a look in the
xml/log4php.dtd

Thats the result:

<log4php:configuration xmlns:log4php="http://logging.apache.org/log4php/"
threshold="ALL">
   Â<root>
   Â<level value="FATAL" />
   Â<appender_ref ref="echo" />
 Â</root>

   Â<logger name="ldap">
       Â<level value="DEBUG" />
       Â<appender_ref ref="echo" />
   Â</logger>

   Â<logger name="mssql">
       Â<level value="DEBUG" />
       Â<appender_ref ref="dailyfile" />
   Â</logger>

   Â<logger name="mysql">
       Â<level value="DEBUG" />
       Â<appender_ref ref="dailyfile" />
   Â</logger>

 Â<appender name="dailyfile" class="LoggerAppenderDailyFile">
       Â<param name="append" value="true" />
       Â<param name="datePattern" value="Ymd" />
       Â<param name="file" value="xyz.log" />
   Â<layout class="LoggerLayoutPattern">
           Â<param name="conversionPattern" value="%d{H:i:s}
%-5p %c %X{username}: %m in %F at %L%n" />
       Â</layout>
 Â</appender>

   Â<appender name="echo" class="LoggerAppenderEcho">
   Â<layout class="LoggerLayoutPattern">
           Â<param name="conversionPattern" value="%d{Y-m-d
H:i:s} %-5p %c %X{username}: %m in %F at %L%n" />
       Â</layout>
 Â</appender>

   Â<appender name="email" class="LoggerAppenderMailEvent">
       Â<param name="from" value="[email protected]" />
       Â<param name="to" value="[email protected]" />
       Â<param name="subject" value="Error" />
       Â<param name="smtpHost" value="0.0.0.0" />
   Â<layout class="LoggerLayoutPattern">
           Â<param name="conversionPattern" value="%d{Y-m-d
H:i:s} %-5p %c %X{username}: %m in %F at %L%n" />
       Â</layout>
 Â</appender>

</log4php:configuration>


But now there is nothing logged any more, so I think that any tags are not
configured properly...
Could you please check this?

Florian



Von:
Christian Grobmeier <[email protected]>
An:
Log4PHP User <[email protected]>
Datum:
03.03.2010 13:51
Betreff:
Re: Illogical logging by rootLogger



Hi,

at first glance, I would think the same. I will need to try it out.
However - please have in mind that the php configuration is still
experimental. Maybe you are running into a bug here. Did you try the old
fashioned way with xml or property file?

Christian

On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 1:44 PM, Florian Platzer <[email protected]>
wrote:
I created the following log4php configuration file and wondered, why a

$logger->debug('xyz')

on ldap-logger created an formatted log4php-output on the webpage:

return array(
           'rootLogger' => array(
               'level' => 'FATAL',
               'appenders' => array('echo'),
           ),
           'loggers' => array(
               'ldap' => array(
                   'level' => 'DEBUG',
                   'appenders' => array('email'),
               ),
           ),
           'appenders' => array(
               'echo' => array(
                   'class' => 'LoggerAppenderEcho',
                   'layout' => array(
                       'class' =>
'LoggerLayoutPattern',
                       'conversionPattern' =>
"%d{Y-m-d H:i:s} %-5p %c %X{username}: %m in %F at %L%n",
                   ),
               ),
               'email' => array(
                   'class' =>
'LoggerAppenderMailEvent',
                   'layout' => array(
                       'class' =>
'LoggerLayoutPattern',
                       'conversionPattern' =>
"%d{Y-m-d H:i:s} %-5p %c %X{username}: %m in %F at %L%n",
                   ),
                   'from' => '[email protected]',
                   'to' => '[email protected]',
                   'subject' => 'Error',
                   'smtpHost' => '0.0.0.0',
               ),
           ),
       );


In my understanding, the rootLogger only should log in case of FATAL
errors!?

Florian




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