[Red5] Res: logging
walter at waltertak.com
Tue Jun 24 14:00:28 PDT 2008
UNLESS you are using the current trunk-version (downloaded from SVN) this
might apply to your R5 install:
You might want to look for a file 'logback.xml' in either the [conf]
directory. The default filename for the log in [logback.xml] might not be
correct ; try changing the double-dot directoryname to single dot or vice
Restart Red5 after each change. You should see some [red5.log] and
[error.log] files in de [log] directory if you are succesful.
Also make sure the user Red5 is running as (on *nix) has enough write-access
to the files in [log] in case the above fails.
This applies to the basic Red5 0.7 + hotfix version.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Corin Langosch" <corinl at gmx.de>
To: <red5 at osflash.org>
Sent: Tuesday, 24 June 2008 19:49
Subject: Re: [Red5] Res: logging
> Thank's for all the answers but to be honest I simply don't understand
> anything what you are saying... :-(
> I simply start red5 by doing "/etc/init.d/red5 start". Shouldn't I have
> any logs somewhere where red5 logs the ports it binds to, which files it
> loads, which connections it accepted...? So just like for example apache
> does with its error and access logs?
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