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Does the error method of the Resin logging system write a file to a directory in the application or somewhere else on the server? If it is to the server, is there a way to change this if you don't have access to the server config files?
 
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have you looked at the Resin documentation, in particular:
http://www.caucho.com/products/resin/ref/log-config.xtp
In your case you should add the configuration to the appropriate host in ~/conf/host.conf
 
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I had read the docs, but I wasn't sure where to find the file. I didn't think that it was something that I had access to. Thanks.
 
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