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Old 07-12-2006, 11:28 AM   #1
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Opennms Logs - where are web.log, web_rtc.log and webauth.log referenced?


Hello all, I would like to move all my log files relating to OpenNMS to a new directory.

Basically, i have found references for most log files in /etc/log4j.properties and changed them to the new directory. I have also edited the /opt/OpenNMS/bin/opennms.sh file to reflect the changes.

The problem i'm having is when i start OpenNMS, i notice that all other log files except webauth.log, web_rtc.log and web.log are writing to the new directory.

Does anybody know where the three files above are referenced. Any help on this would be appreciated.
 
  


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