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Oracle WebLogic Server 11gR1 PS2: Administration Essentials by Michel Schildmeijer

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Chapter 11. Configuring and Analyzing Logging

Sailors sailing coast to coast across the seas always kept the records of their daily business in a book called a shipper's logbook. These contained all kinds of data, such as the ship's status, its location, the date and time, and a lot of other information about the ship and the crew.

In fact, computer systems maintain their status about many of these items too. These systems can give an overview, or unless configured in detail, about how your system was performing in the past and how it's performing right at this very moment.

So, let's take a deeper look into your Oracle WebLogic Server and also how to configure, maintain, and analyze your log files.

WebLogic Logging Services

WebLogic uses a mechanism ...

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