[Mono-list] xsp or mod-mono-server logging?

Gonzalo Paniagua Javier gonzalo@ximian.com
Mon, 26 Apr 2004 12:53:33 +0200

El lun, 26-04-2004 a las 08:57, Michael escribió:
> >> But my question is there any logging implemented with xsp or
> >> mod-mono-server? As far as I've figured out, you can run it with -v
> >> manually (don't know about the new mod_mono-0.9 and .12 auto launch
> >> method) and dump it to a text file but that doesn't really do it for
> >> me. XSP and mod-mono-server somewhat remind me of Tomcat in the sense
> >> of what I was thinking in the way of logging. e.g. catalina.out
> >>
> >> Is there anything like this implimented with xsp or mod-mono-server?
> >> or is it going to be implimented sometime? I understand the oracle
> >> data adapter thing might still be under development, but I somtimes
> >> get confused as to why it locks mod-mono-server up on me when I'm
> >> using it. As it could very well be me making mistakes or something.
> >
> > I can add configuration directives for apache in which you can pass
> > additional options to mono  (such as --debug or --trace=....) and also
> > provide a file name to get the output. Is that what you want?
> >
> > -Gonzalo
> Yes and no, that would also be a nice addition. But mostly I am interested
> in logging only relavent info of xsp or the mod-mono-server deamons. Such
> as start, stops, crashes(with reason), application/compile errors and
> timestamp so you can sort of go back and track things down when they go
> wrong. A lot like $CATALINA_HOME/logs/catalina.out with rotating log files
> if you are by chance familiar with Tomcat.
> I believe running with debug and stack trace would generate a lot of extra
> information in a not so graceful manner even thou it would monitor the
> actual process right? It seems like it is a valuable means of getting
> things going, but not something you would want to use on a productions
> system. Would this not be the case?

I used to run either daemontools or runit (the same thing but without
the restrictions of daemontools).

These can keep a log for what you want, but you have to run
mod-mono-server / xsp manually.