Configure IDOL Logs

By default, Find generates an idol-access.log file, and uses it to log all the actions it makes to IDOL component ACI and service ports. The log information includes: 

You can turn off IDOL logging by setting the idol.log.enabled system property. You can also turn off just the information about time taken to complete requests by setting the idol.log.timing.enabled system property.

To turn off IDOL logging

  1. At the command line, send the java run command with the idol.log.enabled argument set to false. For example:

    java -Didol.log.enabled=false -Dhpe.find.home=[home directory] -Dserver.port=[port] -jar find.war
  2. Restart Find to apply your configuration changes.

To turn off timing information in the IDOL logs

  1. At the command line, send the java run command with the idol.log.timing.enabled argument set to false. For example:

    java -Didol.log.timing.enabled=false -Dhpe.find.home=[home directory]  -Dserver.port=[port] -jar find.war
  2. Restart Find to apply your configuration changes.

If you run Find as a service on Windows, you can also add the idol.log.enabled and idol.log.timing.enabled properties to the find.xml file.

If you run Find as a service on Linux, you can add the argument to the existing arguments variable in find.sh for SysV, or find.conf for Upstart.

When you modify the Find configuration by modifying the XML file or start scripts, you must restart Find to apply your configuration changes.


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