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Thread: Please help with date.trace.log files

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    Default Please help with date.trace.log files

    These files all of a sudden started growing huge and simply fill up the disk and hang the server.
    Is there any way to disable those?
    I have played with log4j settings to no avail, also disabled logger service completely (again no effect).

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    Ever get an answer for this? I've contacted Zimbra support to ask about this myself. They showed up between 6.0.10 and 6.0.15, right?

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    These are log files from jetty itself, controlled via the /opt/zimbra/jetty/etc/jetty.xml file.

    They existed in 6.0.10, but their location moved in a later release when the jetty.xml file was altered.

    Previously, they were stored in /opt/zimbra/jetty/logs/ and now they are in /opt/zimbra/log. I only noticed them because of this change in location.

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