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Get PID in logback log file

When using logback outside of Spring-Boot, how can I get the ProcessID into the log file name? In the RollingFileAppender I’d like to define: How can I get the ${PID} set or is there a standard way of obtaining this? Answer Learn how to get the own PID from inside the JVM – How can a Java program get its

How to use Kafka with SSL via logback appander?

I use this logback appender to send logs to Kafka: When Kafka was PLAINTEXT everything worked correctly. But when Kafka changed to SSL, it is not possible to send messages. I did not find the necessary information in Has anyone had this setup experience? Or maybe use something else? For any existing topic, I get an error: The

SLF4J/Java logging: Is it possible to add log arguments automatically?

Introduction We’re using SLF4J in combination with Logback in several Spring (Boot) applications and recently started using the logstash-logback-encoder to implement structured logging. As we also still have to support plain text logs, we wondered whether it was possible to append arguments automatically to log messages without having to add them manually to the message using the {} markers. Example

logback don’t log exception into file which throwed from an ThreadPoolTaskExecutor pool thread

I’ve got an wired problem, that seems like the logback only print my Exception stack trace on the console,rather than log it into an log file. The following is my experiment codes, I used an spring boot test with two thread pool,which simulating my production codes.Both thread print a log and throws an RuntimeException.But the exception info only print on

Where does Spring Boot store its default logging settings

I’m creating a Java Spring Boot 2.X application. In my configuration (application.yml), I have added the following property: This seems to work out of the box. However, I’m curious where the underlying default log configurations reside. Using google I found out that Spring Boot uses logback, but I cannot see a logback-spring.xml file. Also this other question seems to mention

How to disable PDFBox warn logging

I have a simple java console application. pdfbox is utilized to extract text from PDF files. But there is continuous info printed in console: I really want to remove this information from the console. And I use logback for logging, the logback.xml is just like: I have find some answer say that should change the Level. I have changed the

When not to use AsyncAppender in logback by default

Logback supports using an async appender with the class ch.qos.Logback.classic.AsyncAppender and according to the documentation, this will reduce the logging overhead on the application. So, why not just make it the default out of the box. What usecases are better served by using a sync appender. One problem I can see with the Async appender is that the log messages

How to change log level only for current thread with Logback

In Logback, the log level of a logger can be changed with setLevel() method. But in Logback, because the loggers are singleton, the call of setLevel() method will affect to all other threads that use same logger. Now I have a class used in a web application like this: And in Spring ApplicationConfig.xml: I want to log call of insertRecord