When a WebLogic Server instance writes a message to the server log file, the first line of each message begins with #### followed by the message attributes. Each attribute is contained between angle brackets. The following is an example of a message in the server log file: ####<Sept 22, 2004 10:46:51 AM EST> <Notice> <WebLogicServer> <MyComputer> <examplesServer> [...]
Log’s records information about events such as the startup and shutdown of servers, the deployment of new applications, or the failure of one or more subsystems. The log messages include information about the time and date of the event as well as the ID of the user who initiated the event. Each Weblogic Server instance [...]
A server log: –Logs all activity for a single server –Is stored in SERVER_NAME/logs/SERVER_NAME.log by default A domain log: –Logs key events for all servers in a domain –Is stored in ADMIN_SERVER_NAME/logs/DOMAIN_NAME.log by default Other logs: –HTTP –JMS –JDBC These logs are independently configured.
Logs can aid in the discovery of: Any problems encountered while servicing requests Activity by day and time interval The IP addresses of users accessing an application Frequently accessed resources The amount of data sent and received