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Re: [jetty-users] Jetty logs rollover if log file size exceeds certain limit

You can use logback or log4j or anything else that plugs into slf4j  for the jetty logs and configure a more sophisticated rollover policy.


On 26 April 2017 at 13:13, <himanshu.gpt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:



We are using Jetty 9.3 and need to rollover the jetty logs based on its size (if size greater than 5MB, rollover log file upto 30 max files) similar to the way we do with log4j.

Can we do it simply by changing the jetty logging configuration or we need some custom implementation to achieve the same.




Thanks and regards,

Himanshu Gupta

Accenture Interactive (AI)

Gurgaon, India 
Mobile: +91 9910070743
E Mail: himanshu.gpt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx


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