Re: Trouble with Loglevel and log generation
- Rici Lake wrote:
>Thanks Rici, I'll document that.
> On 26-Nov-04, at 11:14 AM, Stas Bekman wrote:
>> mathieu.millet@... wrote:
>>> More precisely, if I set (for example) the LogLevel to "error", I
>>> only get
>>> error and more critical logs AND also "notice" logs (but not warn logs).
>> I can reproduce that problem. I'll keep you posted when I get a chance
>> to debug it.
>>> If I set to anything more critical than notice, I still get notice logs.
>>> For more details :
>>> Some versions : Red Hat Entreprise Linux 3
>>> Apache 2.0.46 (rpm : 2.0.46-44.ent)
>>> Mod_perl 1.99_09 (rpm : 1.99_09-10.ent)
>> Unrelated, you are using very old versions of component. Please
>> consider upgrading to mp 1.99_17 and Apache 2.0.52. (though I can
>> still see the problem with the latest ones)
> This behaviour, although not well documented, is by design. Notice logs
> are (apparently) supposed to be used for startup messages and are never
> masked *unless* you set the error log to use syslog.
> You can see this behaviour clearly in httpd/server/log.c, line 375
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