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Roll over to another log file, when the size of log file is big...

 
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Is there any way to roll over to a different log file, when the current file grows big in size?
 
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What logging framework are you using?
 
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log4j and also org.apache.juli.logging.Log
 
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Check out the documentation for RollingFileAppenders.
Basically you can configure the log4j.properties or log4j.xml to generate a new file every day/ if the log file reaches a certain size.

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