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Web Console REST ping calls being logged in application server log files

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TitleWeb Console REST ping calls being logged in application server log files
URL Namequeries-regarding-the-localhost-access-log-yyyy-mm-dd-txt-file
Article Number000115756
EnvironmentProduct: Corticon Web Console
Versions: 5.x
Platforms: All supported platforms
Database: N/A
Browser: N/A
Application Server: All supported application servers
Question/Problem Description
Why are Web Console INFO / Access messages appearing in the application server's log file?
How can these messages be removed or managed?
 
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error Message<ipaddress> - - [19/Dec/2017:00:00:05 +0900] "POST /axis/corticon/server/metrics HTTP/1.1" 200 653
<ipaddress> - - [19/Dec/2017:00:00:05 +0900] "GET /axis/corticon/server/info HTTP/1.1" 200 1713

INFO [groovyx.net.http.RESTClient] (DefaultPluginScheduler_Worker-10) success for the Server Statistics 127.0.0.1:7070/axis
[DefaultPluginScheduler_Worker-10] INFO http.RESTClient - success for the Server Statistics 127.0.0.1:7070/axis
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
The Web Console periodically makes REST pings calls to the Configured Corticon server to check whether it is alive/responsive and to collect metrics.
There is no configuration available to calibrate the intervals at which these pings are sent.

Because the Web Console is pinging the Corticon Server, the application server is, in turn, logging this information to its log.
Resolution
The application server's logging behavior can be changed so that these messages no longer appear or are managed as desired.
In order to change the logging behavior, the configuration of the application server's logging mechanism will need to be modified.
Workaround
Notes
References to Other Documentation:
Progress Article(s):
000093998, Everything needed to know about Corticon Logging
Last Modified Date7/12/2019 1:42 PM
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