Confluence logging questions

When I up the sensitivity of the Confluence logs, I don't see any changes. For example, I set the velocity, plugin, and DefaultPluginManager log levels to ALL, but I don't see any changes in the log files.

I even enabled SQL logging (despite the little warning that this is a very intensive process).

Do I need to restart the server to see the log changes take effect?

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Heh, didn't read the docs too closely.

  • App server logs: /confluence/logs
  • Confluence logs: /confluence/data/logs

My bad. The logging info I want is in /data/logs, not /logs.

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