Measure your application performance and availability in the finest detail with a built-in transaction detection engine. In this series of posts I am covering some of the many ways you can benefit from XpoLog and especially on how to get the most valuable information about your log4j event logs. By running Analytic Search on your […]

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Be careful what you wish for… Auto detecting new errors, exceptions and bugs in log4j logs XpoLog’s Analytic Search has been around for quite a while, but our latest version brings with it many new gadgets so you had better be careful what you ask for, because XpoLog’s unique search engine not only finds what […]

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Make your searches for anomalies in your log4j logs more effective with AppTags There are many tools and methods out there speeding up your search for errors, but have you tried adding AppTags to your logs? In this series of posts I am covering some of the ways you can benefit from XpoLog V6’s new […]

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What’s the cost of trace/debug logging in production? What’s the performance cost of logging to a file? In these benchmarks, I compare the performance impact of logging levels (error, warn, info, debug, trace) and logging appenders (console appender, file appender) on several realistic OptaPlanner use cases. Benchmark methodology Logging implementation: SFL4J 1.7.2 with Logback 1.0.9 […]

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