My catalina logs are filling with gobs of claims like:
/logs/catalina.out:2010-05-05 02:57:19,611 [Thread-19] DEBUG httpclient.wire.content - >> "[0x4] [0xc][0xd9][0xf4][0xa2]MA[0xed][0xc2][0x93][0x1b][0x15][0xfe],[0xe]h[0xb0][0x1f][0xff][0xd6][0xfb] [0x8f]O[0xd4][0xc4]0[0xab][0x80][0xe8][0xe4][0xf2][\r]I&[0xaa][0xd2]BQ[0xdb](zq[0xcd]ac[0xa8]
so on forever.
I looked every config file both in tomcat and apache for that claims that allegedly turn this on as referred to here:
And That I aren't seeing where this logging continues to be enabled. Not one other .war I used performs this. The log4j configuration block within the application is not doing the work.
I additionally attempted to power it down with claims such as this:
during my tomcat/conf/logging.qualities file, which did not stop it
I am utilizing an S3 library for grails that might be the origin of these. However, if I run this application on my small development machine (both in develop and deploy configs), I am not seeing it.
Along with a related question: When would i would like to make use of these "wire logs?"
Have you got any extra logging library inside your Tomcat common/lib? (i.e SLF4J, Logback, Log4J, etc)
If so, you might want to configure the particular logging configuration file too.