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As discussed here, by default
And so, enabled lower levels in
"logging.level.xxx" properties should also be applied to JUL loggers (in addition to Sl4jf loggers) in order to
@philwebb per your last comment, I am writing back to report that this issue is still present in Spring Boot 1.5.2 using Log4j2. The only way to get messages from JUL that are below
where as an example:
What can I do to assist with troubleshooting and resolution of this problem?
Sure. This is where I started out originally: https://github.com/apereo/cas-overlay-template
There are instructions on the README that explain what one must do to build and deploy. What I can see that once I modify the
You can also very easily duplicate this with start.spring.io. Here's what I did:
You can also use demo.zip which is my attempt at duplicating this issue with 1-4 combined.
Thanks for the sample. Given the lack of a Log4j equivalent of Logback's
Instead, the recommended approach with Log4j is to configure the use of
This approach works well with the provided sample if you upgrade to Spring Boot 1.5.5 or later (I used 1.5.9), add a dependency on