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and it will be
automatically reloaded without causing an application restart.A simple configuration file could be as follows:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<appender name="R" type="log4net.Appender.RollingFileAppender">
<...;conversionPattern value="%level %thread %logger - %message%newline" />
<level value="DEBUG" />
<appender-ref ref="R" />
</log4net>The above logs to a file in your system tmp directory - The file
is rotated once it reaches 1 MB and the last two versions are
maintained. Log4net can log to XML files, databases, email etc and
you can define different loggers for different classes and
Disclaimer: this isn't an introduction to log4net.
Please Google for a more generic introduction.
Recent versions of Umbraco ship with Log4Net
- previously it was reasonably straightforward to add it to your
customisations but now... to a
logger in your custom code and then how to control the Level of
your logging and filter messages from your code to their own log
First up you'll need a reference to log4net in your project. I
recommend referencing the version of log4net that ships with
Umbraco directly in the /bin folder of
the distribution. Umbraco ships with a patched version of log4net -
but the assembly version matches an official version which has got
me into a few challenges when referencing via
I've read a few people looking for an alernative to the Umbraco
trace to help them to debug when using the new Umbraco MVC
The wonderfully named umbDebugShowTrace
query string has no effect when using the MVC rendering engine -
because the information that it provided isn't available. As
discussed in my previous
blog post we now have log4net available in Umbraco.
In the previous post I shared tips on how to place your own
debug messages in their own log4net file - but for the
predominantly lazy (I include myself in this group) there is a
command to help out:
cat UmbracoTraceLog.txt -wait | select-string "string to find"
To break this down cat UmbracoTraceLog.txt just
public class JamDeploymentAdapter
just now and needs some polish: