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catalina.out log shows all classes being loaded - why?

 
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Subject basically says it all... when running tomcat on my local machine the catalina logs seems fairly clean... just exceptions, my log4j info/debug messages... etc.

When I upload the war to my server and run my app, I get all these "Loaded" message for each class that's loaded from each jar file or from my equivalent of the "webapps" directory. Here's an example:


Notice how the "[Loaded" doesn't have INFO or DEBUG etc in typical log4j style... so that makes me think it's some other tomcat logging setting that's only present on my linux server. Any ideas?

Thanks!
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How are you starting tomcat? It looks like the -verbose flag is being passed to the JVM
 
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I bet it's cpanel doing it... we have to start/stop tomcat through cpanel because we're using it to manage virtual hosts/domains.

Possible?
 
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