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ISO8601 | Ruby parser to work with ISO8601 dateTimes | Date Time Utils library

 by   arnau Ruby Version: Current License: MIT

 by   arnau Ruby Version: Current License: MIT

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kandi X-RAY | ISO8601 Summary

ISO8601 is a Ruby library typically used in Utilities, Date Time Utils applications. ISO8601 has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitLab, GitHub.
Version 0.9.0 is not compatible with previous versions. Atoms and Durations changed their interface when treating base dates so it is only applied when computing the Atom length (e.g. #to_seconds). As a consequence, it is no longer possible to do operations like DateTime + Duration. Version 1.0.0 will lock public interfaces. Check the changelog if you are upgrading from an older version. ISO8601 is a simple implementation of the ISO 8601 (Data elements and interchange formats — Information interchange — Representation of dates and times) standard.
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  • ISO8601 has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 73 star(s) with 17 fork(s). There are 2 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 9 open issues and 17 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 98 days. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of ISO8601 is current.
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  • ISO8601 has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • ISO8601 has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • ISO8601 code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • ISO8601 is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
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  • ISO8601 releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
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  • It has 2156 lines of code, 149 functions and 29 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed ISO8601 and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into ISO8601 implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Calculates the atoms in the atom .
  • Splits an interval into a string .
  • Checks if the pattern is valid
  • Parses an external pattern .
  • Check if given separator is valid
  • Fetch the number of seconds of seconds .
  • Return the intersection between two intervals .
  • Checks if a zone is valid .
  • Parses the date .
  • Returns the base exponent of a unit .

ISO8601 Key Features

Ruby parser to work with ISO8601 dateTimes and durations — http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601

Testing

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$ nix-shell

How to save time zone information in R

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saveRDS(data.frame(x = x), tmpfile)
df <- readRDS(tmpfile)

df
#                    x
# 1 2015-06-01 12:00:00

lubridate::tz(df$x)
# [1] "EST"

df$x
# [1] "2015-06-01 12:00:00 EST"
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x <- as.POSIXct("2015-06-01 12:00:00", tz = "EST")
df <- data.frame(x = paste(as.character(x), lubridate::tz(x)))

tmpfile <- tempfile()

write.csv(df, tmpfile, row.names = FALSE)

new_df <- read.csv(text = csv)

new_df
#> x
#> 1 2015-06-01 12:00:00 EST

as.POSIXct(new_df$x, strsplit(new_df$x, ' ')[[1]][3])
#> [1] "2015-06-01 12:00:00 EST"

Using locale's date_format in readr

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library(readr)

data <- "date1; date2
01.01.2000; 30.01.2000
01.12.2000; 25.12.2000"

read_csv2(data, 
          col_types = "DD",
          locale = locale(date_format = '%d.%m.%Y'))

Split log message on space for grok pattern

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%{TIMESTAMP_ISO8601:timestamp} - \S+ - %{LOGLEVEL:log_level} - function_name=%{NOTSPACE:function_name} elapsed_time=%{NOTSPACE:elapsed_time} input_params=%{NOTSPACE:input}
{
  "timestamp": [
    [
      "2022-02-11 11:57:49"
    ]
  ],
  "YEAR": [
    [
      "2022"
    ]
  ],
  "MONTHNUM": [
    [
      "02"
    ]
  ],
  "MONTHDAY": [
    [
      "11"
    ]
  ],
  "HOUR": [
    [
      "11",
      null
    ]
  ],
  "MINUTE": [
    [
      "57",
      null
    ]
  ],
  "SECOND": [
    [
      "49"
    ]
  ],
  "ISO8601_TIMEZONE": [
    [
      null
    ]
  ],
  "log_level": [
    [
      "INFO"
    ]
  ],
  "function_name": [
    [
      "add"
    ]
  ],
  "elapsed_time": [
    [
      "0.0296"
    ]
  ],
  "input": [
    [
      "6_3"
    ]
  ]
}
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%{TIMESTAMP_ISO8601:timestamp} - \S+ - %{LOGLEVEL:log_level} - function_name=%{NOTSPACE:function_name} elapsed_time=%{NOTSPACE:elapsed_time} input_params=%{NOTSPACE:input}
{
  "timestamp": [
    [
      "2022-02-11 11:57:49"
    ]
  ],
  "YEAR": [
    [
      "2022"
    ]
  ],
  "MONTHNUM": [
    [
      "02"
    ]
  ],
  "MONTHDAY": [
    [
      "11"
    ]
  ],
  "HOUR": [
    [
      "11",
      null
    ]
  ],
  "MINUTE": [
    [
      "57",
      null
    ]
  ],
  "SECOND": [
    [
      "49"
    ]
  ],
  "ISO8601_TIMEZONE": [
    [
      null
    ]
  ],
  "log_level": [
    [
      "INFO"
    ]
  ],
  "function_name": [
    [
      "add"
    ]
  ],
  "elapsed_time": [
    [
      "0.0296"
    ]
  ],
  "input": [
    [
      "6_3"
    ]
  ]
}

Convert a string to date in logstash in json DATA

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 date {
    match => [ "logdate", "ISO8601", "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss,SSS"]
    target => "logdate"
  }
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filter {

  grok {
    match => { message => "^%{TIMESTAMP_ISO8601:logdate}%{SPACE}*%{DATA:json}$" }
    add_tag => [ "matched", "provisioning_runtime" ]
  }

  json {
    source => "json"
    add_tag => [ "json" ]
  }

  # matcher for the @timestamp
  date {
    match => [ "logdate", "ISO8601", "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss,SSS"]
  }

  # matcher for the created
  date {
    match => [ "created", "ISO8601", "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss,SSS"]
    target => "created"
  }

  # matcher for the changed
  date {
    match => [ "changed", "ISO8601", "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss,SSS"]
    target => "changed"
  }
}

Regex for ISO8601 temporal duration but only with minutes and seconds

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const rxIso8601Duration = /^PT((([0-9]+M)?([0-9]+S))|([0-9]+M))$/ ;
^              // - anchor the match at start-of-text, followed by
PT             // - the literal PT, followed by
(              // - a group, consisting of either
  (            //   - a group, consisting of
    ([0-9]+M)? //     - an optional minutes designation, followed by
    ([0-9]+S)  //     - a required seconds designation
  )            //
  |            //   or
  ([0-9]+M)    //     - a required minutes designation
)              // the whole of which is followed by
$              // end-of-text
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const rxIso8601Duration = /^PT((([0-9]+M)?([0-9]+S))|([0-9]+M))$/ ;
^              // - anchor the match at start-of-text, followed by
PT             // - the literal PT, followed by
(              // - a group, consisting of either
  (            //   - a group, consisting of
    ([0-9]+M)? //     - an optional minutes designation, followed by
    ([0-9]+S)  //     - a required seconds designation
  )            //
  |            //   or
  ([0-9]+M)    //     - a required minutes designation
)              // the whole of which is followed by
$              // end-of-text

Log4j RollingFileAppender has odd behavior when using the Log4j 1.x bridge

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        String filePattern = fileName +"%d{yyy-MM-dd}";
        TriggeringPolicy timePolicy = TimeBasedTriggeringPolicy.newBuilder().setModulate(true).build();
        SizeBasedTriggeringPolicy sizePolicy = SizeBasedTriggeringPolicy.createPolicy(maxSize);
        CompositeTriggeringPolicy policy = CompositeTriggeringPolicy.createPolicy(sizePolicy, timePolicy);
        RolloverStrategy strategy = DefaultRolloverStrategy.newBuilder()
                .setConfig(config)
                .setMax(maxBackups)
                .build();
        return new AppenderWrapper(RollingFileAppender.newBuilder()
                .setName(name)
                .setConfiguration(config)
                .setLayout(fileLayout)
                .setFilter(fileFilter)
                .setBufferedIo(bufferedIo)
                .setImmediateFlush(immediateFlush)
                .setFileName(fileName)
                .setFilePattern(filePattern)
                .setPolicy(policy)
                .setStrategy(strategy)
                .build());
log4j2.configurationFactory=org.apache.log4j.config.Log4j1ConfigurationFactory
log4j2.configurationFile=classpath:log4j.properties
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        String filePattern = fileName +"%d{yyy-MM-dd}";
        TriggeringPolicy timePolicy = TimeBasedTriggeringPolicy.newBuilder().setModulate(true).build();
        SizeBasedTriggeringPolicy sizePolicy = SizeBasedTriggeringPolicy.createPolicy(maxSize);
        CompositeTriggeringPolicy policy = CompositeTriggeringPolicy.createPolicy(sizePolicy, timePolicy);
        RolloverStrategy strategy = DefaultRolloverStrategy.newBuilder()
                .setConfig(config)
                .setMax(maxBackups)
                .build();
        return new AppenderWrapper(RollingFileAppender.newBuilder()
                .setName(name)
                .setConfiguration(config)
                .setLayout(fileLayout)
                .setFilter(fileFilter)
                .setBufferedIo(bufferedIo)
                .setImmediateFlush(immediateFlush)
                .setFileName(fileName)
                .setFilePattern(filePattern)
                .setPolicy(policy)
                .setStrategy(strategy)
                .build());
log4j2.configurationFactory=org.apache.log4j.config.Log4j1ConfigurationFactory
log4j2.configurationFile=classpath:log4j.properties

lubridate convert format_ISO8601 year-Wweek (2022-W01)

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df_ww <- as.Date(paste0(gsub("\\D", "", ww), 1), format="%Y%U%u")
> df_ww
[1] "2021-11-15" "2021-11-22" "2021-11-29" "2021-12-06" "2021-12-13" "2021-12-20" "2021-12-27" "2022-01-03"
df_ww <- gsub("W", "", ww)
[1] "2021-46" "2021-47" "2021-48" "2021-49" "2021-50" "2021-51" "2021-52" "2022-01"
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df_ww <- as.Date(paste0(gsub("\\D", "", ww), 1), format="%Y%U%u")
> df_ww
[1] "2021-11-15" "2021-11-22" "2021-11-29" "2021-12-06" "2021-12-13" "2021-12-20" "2021-12-27" "2022-01-03"
df_ww <- gsub("W", "", ww)
[1] "2021-46" "2021-47" "2021-48" "2021-49" "2021-50" "2021-51" "2021-52" "2022-01"
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df_ww <- as.Date(paste0(gsub("\\D", "", ww), 1), format="%Y%U%u")
> df_ww
[1] "2021-11-15" "2021-11-22" "2021-11-29" "2021-12-06" "2021-12-13" "2021-12-20" "2021-12-27" "2022-01-03"
df_ww <- gsub("W", "", ww)
[1] "2021-46" "2021-47" "2021-48" "2021-49" "2021-50" "2021-51" "2021-52" "2022-01"
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df_ww <- as.Date(paste0(gsub("\\D", "", ww), 1), format="%Y%U%u")
> df_ww
[1] "2021-11-15" "2021-11-22" "2021-11-29" "2021-12-06" "2021-12-13" "2021-12-20" "2021-12-27" "2022-01-03"
df_ww <- gsub("W", "", ww)
[1] "2021-46" "2021-47" "2021-48" "2021-49" "2021-50" "2021-51" "2021-52" "2022-01"

Getting 400 error when running basic auth test on apphost

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LogManager.LogFactory = new ConsoleLogFactory(debugEnabled:true); 
[OneTimeTearDown]
public void OneTimeTearDown() => AppHost.Dispose();
[Test]
public void Run_for_30secs()
{
    Thread.Sleep(30000);
}
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LogManager.LogFactory = new ConsoleLogFactory(debugEnabled:true); 
[OneTimeTearDown]
public void OneTimeTearDown() => AppHost.Dispose();
[Test]
public void Run_for_30secs()
{
    Thread.Sleep(30000);
}
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LogManager.LogFactory = new ConsoleLogFactory(debugEnabled:true); 
[OneTimeTearDown]
public void OneTimeTearDown() => AppHost.Dispose();
[Test]
public void Run_for_30secs()
{
    Thread.Sleep(30000);
}

log json string message using log4j in JSON format without breaking the format with quotes

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"!@#$%^&*()_+=~{}[]|<>?;'Text with special character /\"'\b\f\t\r\n"", "crn":"5741af48-808a-4e55-8f37-681f025b1ce3", "otherProperty":"5741af48-808a-4e55-8f37-681f025b1ce3"
{
    "level": {
        "$resolver": "level",
        "field": "name"
    },
    "time": {
        "$resolver": "timestamp"
    },
    "thread": {
        "$resolver": "thread",
        "field": "name"
    },
    "file": {
        "$resolver": "source",
        "field": "fileName"
    },
    "line": {
        "$resolver": "source",
        "field": "lineNumber"
    },
    "message": {
        "$resolver": "message",
        "stringified": true
    }
}
appender.file.layout.type=JsonTemplateLayout
appender.file.layout.eventTemplateUri=classpath:logTemplate.json
appender.file.layout.locationInfoEnabled=true
log.debug("!@#$%^&*()_+=~{}[]|<>?;'Text with special character /\"\'\b\f\t\r\n");
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"!@#$%^&*()_+=~{}[]|<>?;'Text with special character /\"'\b\f\t\r\n"", "crn":"5741af48-808a-4e55-8f37-681f025b1ce3", "otherProperty":"5741af48-808a-4e55-8f37-681f025b1ce3"
{
    "level": {
        "$resolver": "level",
        "field": "name"
    },
    "time": {
        "$resolver": "timestamp"
    },
    "thread": {
        "$resolver": "thread",
        "field": "name"
    },
    "file": {
        "$resolver": "source",
        "field": "fileName"
    },
    "line": {
        "$resolver": "source",
        "field": "lineNumber"
    },
    "message": {
        "$resolver": "message",
        "stringified": true
    }
}
appender.file.layout.type=JsonTemplateLayout
appender.file.layout.eventTemplateUri=classpath:logTemplate.json
appender.file.layout.locationInfoEnabled=true
log.debug("!@#$%^&*()_+=~{}[]|<>?;'Text with special character /\"\'\b\f\t\r\n");
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"!@#$%^&*()_+=~{}[]|<>?;'Text with special character /\"'\b\f\t\r\n"", "crn":"5741af48-808a-4e55-8f37-681f025b1ce3", "otherProperty":"5741af48-808a-4e55-8f37-681f025b1ce3"
{
    "level": {
        "$resolver": "level",
        "field": "name"
    },
    "time": {
        "$resolver": "timestamp"
    },
    "thread": {
        "$resolver": "thread",
        "field": "name"
    },
    "file": {
        "$resolver": "source",
        "field": "fileName"
    },
    "line": {
        "$resolver": "source",
        "field": "lineNumber"
    },
    "message": {
        "$resolver": "message",
        "stringified": true
    }
}
appender.file.layout.type=JsonTemplateLayout
appender.file.layout.eventTemplateUri=classpath:logTemplate.json
appender.file.layout.locationInfoEnabled=true
log.debug("!@#$%^&*()_+=~{}[]|<>?;'Text with special character /\"\'\b\f\t\r\n");
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"!@#$%^&*()_+=~{}[]|<>?;'Text with special character /\"'\b\f\t\r\n"", "crn":"5741af48-808a-4e55-8f37-681f025b1ce3", "otherProperty":"5741af48-808a-4e55-8f37-681f025b1ce3"
{
    "level": {
        "$resolver": "level",
        "field": "name"
    },
    "time": {
        "$resolver": "timestamp"
    },
    "thread": {
        "$resolver": "thread",
        "field": "name"
    },
    "file": {
        "$resolver": "source",
        "field": "fileName"
    },
    "line": {
        "$resolver": "source",
        "field": "lineNumber"
    },
    "message": {
        "$resolver": "message",
        "stringified": true
    }
}
appender.file.layout.type=JsonTemplateLayout
appender.file.layout.eventTemplateUri=classpath:logTemplate.json
appender.file.layout.locationInfoEnabled=true
log.debug("!@#$%^&*()_+=~{}[]|<>?;'Text with special character /\"\'\b\f\t\r\n");

Logging system failed to initialize using configuration from 'null' java.lang.IllegalStateException: Logback configuration error detected:

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    <included>
            <property name="LOGS" value="./logs" />
            <property resource ="application.yml"/>
            <springProperty name="NAME" source="spring.application.name" />
            <appender name="Console"
                class="ch.qos.logback.core.ConsoleAppender">
                <layout class="ch.qos.logback.classic.PatternLayout">
                    <Pattern>
                        %black(%d{ISO8601}) %highlight(%-5level) [%blue(%t)] %yellow(%C{1.}): %msg%n%throwable
                    </Pattern>
                </layout>
            </appender>
            
            <appender name="RollingFile"
            class="ch.qos.logback.core.rolling.RollingFileAppender">
            <file>${LOGS}/${NAME}.log</file>
            <encoder
                class="ch.qos.logback.classic.encoder.PatternLayoutEncoder">
                <Pattern>%d %p %C{1.} [%t] %m%n</Pattern>
            </encoder>
    
            <rollingPolicy
                class="ch.qos.logback.core.rolling.TimeBasedRollingPolicy">
                <!-- rollover daily and when the file reaches 10 MegaBytes -->
                <fileNamePattern>${LOGS}/archived/spring-boot-logger-%d{yyyy-MM-dd}.%i.log
                </fileNamePattern>
                <timeBasedFileNamingAndTriggeringPolicy
                    class="ch.qos.logback.core.rolling.SizeAndTimeBasedFNATP">
                    <maxFileSize>10MB</maxFileSize>
                </timeBasedFileNamingAndTriggeringPolicy>
            </rollingPolicy>
        </appender>
         
        <root level="info">
            <appender-ref ref="RollingFile" />
            <appender-ref ref="Console" />
        </root>
    
        <logger name="com.ms" level="trace" additivity="false">
            <appender-ref ref="RollingFile" />
            <appender-ref ref="Console" />
        </logger>
        
        <logger name="org.springframework.core.env.PropertySourcesPropertyResolver" level="trace" additivity="true">
        </logger>
        
    </included>

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QUESTION

Logging In A Spring Boot Application Deployed to Docker Tomcat

Asked 2022-Apr-14 at 21:48

I have a dockerized dev environment set up with a few images:

  • Tomcat 10.0
  • Postgres 12.1
  • PgAdmin 4

I have configured Tomcat to activate the manager webapp so that I can use the Maven cargo plugin to deploy a Spring Boot application. The deployment seems to work in the sense that cargo correctly uploads my war to the manager. Unfortunately, it will not write an application log, and the application is not working (sure would be nice to see logs to figure out why, right?).

Here is the relevant section of my docker-compose.yml file. I have the logs directory directed to a volume on my host system.

services:
  tomcat:
    container_name: tomcat
    image: tomcat:10.0-jdk11-openjdk
    restart: always
    
    ports: 
      - "8080:8080"
    networks:
      static:
        ipv4_address: 192.168.20.10
    volumes:
    - '/home/jason/development/projects/docker/java-dev-environment/volumes/tomcat/usr_local_tomcat_conf:/usr/local/tomcat/conf'
    - '/home/jason/development/projects/docker/java-dev-environment/volumes/tomcat/usr_local_tomcat_webapps:/usr/local/tomcat/webapps'
    - '/home/jason/development/projects/docker/java-dev-environment/volumes/tomcat/usr_local_tomcat_logs:/usr/local/tomcat/logs'

Here is the logback.xml file (which is in the src/main/resources directory of the Spring Boot app:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
    <property name="LOGS" value="/usr/local/tomat/logs/gliese" />

    <include resource="org/springframework/boot/logging/logback/base.xml" />

    <appender name="Console"
              class="ch.qos.logback.core.ConsoleAppender">
        <layout class="ch.qos.logback.classic.PatternLayout">
            <Pattern>
                %black(%d{ISO8601}) %highlight(%-5level) [%blue(%t)] %yellow(%C{1.}): %msg%n%throwable
            </Pattern>
        </layout>
    </appender>

    <appender name="RollingFile"
              class="ch.qos.logback.core.rolling.RollingFileAppender">
    <file>${LOGS}/gliese.log</file>
    <encoder
            class="ch.qos.logback.classic.encoder.PatternLayoutEncoder">
        <Pattern>%d %p %C{1.} [%t] %m%n</Pattern>
    </encoder>
    <rollingPolicy
            class="ch.qos.logback.core.rolling.TimeBasedRollingPolicy">
        <!-- rollover daily and when the file reaches 10 MegaBytes -->
        <fileNamePattern>${LOGS}/gliese-%d{yyyy-MM-dd}.%i.log
        </fileNamePattern>
        <timeBasedFileNamingAndTriggeringPolicy
                class="ch.qos.logback.core.rolling.SizeAndTimeBasedFNATP">
            <maxFileSize>10MB</maxFileSize>
        </timeBasedFileNamingAndTriggeringPolicy>
    </rollingPolicy>
    </appender>

    <!-- LOG everything at INFO level -->
    <root level="info">
        <appender-ref ref="RollingFile" />
        <appender-ref ref="Console" />
    </root>
</configuration>

By my reading of this, this should direct application output to a subdirectory of /usr/local/tomcat/logs, which I have confirmed exists (on the home system).

Does anyone have any idea why I am not seeing the gliese.log file? I've hunted for it in the tomcat host container in case it went somewhere else, but no luck.

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Apr-14 at 21:48

Unless you're using Spring Boot 3.0 (which has not you reached GA), you should use Tomcat 9. Tomcat 10 implements the Servlet 5 specification which repackages the javax.servlet APIs to jakarta.servlet. Spring Boot won't support this till its 3.0 release.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71877717

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