AEM –Changing Log Levels
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Changing the Logging level in AEM for many reasons, this guide will give you basic overview of how to change the LOG Level in AEM. Some of the parameters which can be tweaked are mentioned below. No restart required.
- Log Level and Log File, to define the location and log level of the central logging configuration (error.log). The level can be set to one of DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR and FATAL.
- Number of Log Files and Log File Threshold to define the size and version rotation of the log file.
- Message Pattern defines the format of the log messages.
STEP-01: Go to AEM OSGI configuration Manager, or directly navigate to slinglog to check the different log configurations.
STEP-02: Click on the wrench icon to edit the respective log configuration, for example error.log, which will take you to edit the sling logging configuration for error.log
STEP-03: Select the appropriate logging level and SAVE the configuration
STEP-04: Verify the logging level has been changed by checking the error log
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