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Old 05-04-2009, 04:00 PM   #1
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tomcat live log parsing

Hey guys,

I have a simple tomcat container running and I wish to remove a certain string pattern live on the log. In my server.xml, the log is defined to write out as "access.log.$date".

Is there a way you can modify either server.xml or to have the log file piped to my parsing script? Has anyone done something like this before? Any guidance would be appreciated! Thanks!


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