Default server.log format not including current date

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Default server.log format not including current date

Scott Stark
After all this time of using AS7, it is only now after being brought to my attention by someone writing openshift log parsing scripts that we don't include the date in the server.log file messages. Is there a reason for that?

Obviously I can add this to the configuration openshift uses, but I wanted to query why we choose that default.
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Re: Default server.log format not including current date

James Perkins
By default the server.log is a periodic rotating file so it get's rolled
over each day. There should be a server.log.yyyy-MM-dd for each date
it's been up.

On 02/15/2012 07:36 AM, Scott Stark wrote:
> After all this time of using AS7, it is only now after being brought to my attention by someone writing openshift log parsing scripts that we don't include the date in the server.log file messages. Is there a reason for that?
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> Obviously I can add this to the configuration openshift uses, but I wanted to query why we choose that default.
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