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If an adaptor sees that a file named logWebObjects exists in the temporary directory, it will log its activity in WebObjects.log in that same directory. The temporary directory depends on the platform:
You can analyze the information in the log to find out such things as which applications are being requested, which applications are being autostarted, and what the HTTP headers of requests are. You can also use the log to verify if adaptors are properly configured for load balancing. For example, the following excerpt includes a warning message printed when the adaptor cannot find the WebObjects.conf file in the expected location.
INFO: -- WOServerAdaptor: Load Balancing for Examples/TimeOff WARN: -- WOServerAdaptor: "No such file or directory" occured while opening the configuration file C:\NETSCAPE\ns-home\httpd-80\config/WebObjects.conf
The procedure is:
tail -f WebObjects.log
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