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java.util.logging.Logger - configuration of log Level in Tomcat

 
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I have inherited a legacy application that uses the java.util.logging.Logger.

The application itself runs in a Tomcat container.

The server administrators have complained that the log files are growing to be too large due to the fact, that also INFO level log entries are generated.

As much as I can see, there is no log configuration file.

Is there a way to configure the log level centrally, similar to that of Log4j? Is that setting part of the tomcat configuration, or must I create a new configuration file?

Many thanks in advance - Alex
 
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