[sldev] logcontrol.xml/logcontrol-dev.xml

Phoenix phoenix at secondlife.com
Mon Mar 26 09:52:09 PDT 2007


I really remember changing the way we log the openjpeg spam, but I  
cannot find the changes in any of my recent branches.

Changing logcontrol will not help with this one. The code uses  
fprintf to stderr. :(


I will re-write the error logging to rely on the controllable  
routines and check that in asap.



On 2007 Mar 26, at 09:15, Tom "spot" Callaway wrote:
> On Sun, 2007-03-25 at 22:52 -0700, Ryan Williams wrote:
>> I've thrown up a wiki page on the error logging system here:
>> https://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Error_Logging_System .  It's way
>> incomplete since Zero wrote it to be a design document for specific
>> changes, not an instruction manual, but it does contain an example
>> logcontrol file.
>
> OK, after poking this and not seeing any change whatsoever in what is
> actually spewing to console...
>
> I'm trying to silence all of this:
>
> [ERROR] read error
> [ERROR] tcd_decode: incomplete bistream
> [INFO] Main Header decoded.
> [INFO] tile 1 of 1
> [INFO] - tiers-1 took 0.052992 s
> [INFO] - dwt took 0.000000 s
> [INFO] - tile decoded in 0.060991 s
>
> This is literally flooding the console. Is logcontrol.xml the right  
> way
> to silence this? Can you give me an example that does precisely  
> that (or
> something similar enough that I can derive what I need).
>
> I've tried setting the default loglevel to NONE, WARN, INFO, but it  
> has
> no effect on any classes or files I define in the
> app_settings/logcontrol.xml
>
> ~spot
>
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