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Location of tomcat6 log file

 
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I have installed tomcat6 on a Ubuntu 10.04 server (32bit). A test webapp does not start so I'd like to look at the tomcat6 log file (catalina.out) but I don't see it in the $CATALINA_BASE/logs directory. I see two other files (catalina.date.log and localhost.date.log) but these don't tell me anything useful. What's really odd is that I installed Ubuntu 10.04 server on a 64-bit machine at work just a few days ago and installed tomcat6 on it as well. On THAT machine, I DO see a catalina.log file with a listing of Java exceptions thrown).

That's what I am trying to find for the 32-bit machine.

Thanks in advance for your help.
 
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