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From renny.ko...@rubixinfotech.com
Subject Re: use of log4cxx on multiple platforms...
Date Fri, 03 Sep 2004 18:56:47 GMT
Mike

We use it on:
        Windows
        Solaris
        Linux

These are for real-time, production systems which we've guaranteed 99.999% 
uptime... (though I guess a single module crashing wouldn't affect the 
up-time).

Renny Koshy
President & CEO

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RUBIX Information Technologies, Inc.
www.rubixinfotech.com




Mike SG <mike_borsg@yahoo.com>
09/03/2004 02:54 PM
Please respond to "Log4CXX User"

 
        To:     log4cxx-user@logging.apache.org
        cc: 
        Subject:        use of log4cxx on multiple platforms...


Hi,
 
I am new to this log4cxx user group. I have few questions regarding usage 
of log4cxx on multiple platforms. We have a product that runs on different 
platforms. We need some logging mechanism so that we can use on different 
platforms. Our product runs on Windows, MVS, Sun Solaris, AIX and Linux. I 
read about log4cxx and was very excited and thought we could use that in 
our project. I have read some of the mails in the mailing list archives 
and have few questions before I start using this product.
 
1. I see that the standard release of this product is not yet released. So 
is it ok to use it in my project?
 
2. I see that there are some issues running on solaris and AIX. So I am 
not sure whether to go for this product or use our own logging mechanism.
 
3. We have implemented multi tasking in our project. (multile processes 
and NOT multiple threads). So if I use this logging product, will I be 
able to consolidate my messages from different processes?
 
4. When will this product be tested on solaris and AIX?
 
5. When is the standard release of this product expected?
 
Please give your suggestions on this.
 
Thank you very very much,
 
-Mike B.
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