data.d4science: remove rootLogger inside webapps
|Status:||Closed||Start date:||Jun 28, 2017|
|Assignee:||Francesco Mangiacrapa||% Done:|
In order to have only one log4j properties definition on the following hosts:
data1-d4s.d4science.org data2-d4s.d4science.org data-d.d4science.org
It's needed to remove the log4j file properties from the following webapps:
uri-resolver tree gis-viewer-app workspace-explorer-app
After that, I'm going to configure a single log4j.properties file under tomcat.
#2 Updated by Francesco Mangiacrapa about 2 years ago
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The file log4j.properties has been removed for:
uri-resolver RN: 150699 pom version updated at 1.13.0
gis-viewer-app RN: 150701 pom version updated at 1.5.1
workspace-explorer-app RN: 150705 pom version updated at 1.0.1
#3 Updated by Francesco Mangiacrapa about 2 years ago
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@firstname.lastname@example.org I just deployed the applications reported above (uri-resolver, gis-viewer-app and workspace-explorer-apap) on data-d.
In this way the file log4j.properties has been removed everywhere, so if you want perform some tests you can do them.
I'm not the manager of the application named "tree", anyway It is not present on data-d and for me it can be updated directly on svn branch (removing the file log4j.properties) and releasing it from there.
I will release all applications listed above asa ETICS will be available again :-) At the moment it is very slow.
#10 Updated by Roberto Cirillo about 2 years ago
Andrea Dell'Amico wrote:
I forgot to tell you that you need to set the variable:tomcat_install_the_log4j_properties: False
Otherwise the next playbook run will reinstall the log4j.properties file from the playbook's template.
OK Thanks. I'm going to add the variable on both "data" and "data_dev" roles.