4 Replies Latest reply on Apr 30, 2010 5:05 AM by George Petrakis

    Stopping logs

    George Petrakis Newbie

      hello all,

       

      As I am new with ESB (actually just installed it) I am facing a few issues with it.

       

      My question is that when I log in in karaf@root cosnole I receive the following logs:

      >>>> MyTransform set body:  Thu Apr 29 11:37:46 EEST 2010

      >>>> JavaDSL set body:  Thu Apr 29 11:37:46 EEST 2010

       

      They are keep coming whatever I do (restart etc) so I cannot type any commands.

       

      Could anyone help me on how to stop these logs appearing?

       

      Thanks in advance

        • 1. Re: Stopping logs
          Freeman(Yue) Fang Master

          Hi,

           

          I believe you installed some camel related examples which use a timer to triger the camel router, consequently you see the endless log.

           

          If you exactly remember which example you installed, you can check the README.txt of that example to know how to uninstall it.

           

          Or simply remove $SMX_HOME/data folder and restart you smx, this give you a brand new environment.

           

          Freemn

          • 2. Re: Stopping logs
            George Petrakis Newbie

            Thanks for your answer,

             

            The truth is that I tried to install camel-osgi but I did not actually insall it as I did not copy the target dir created under deploy.

             

            I run features:uninstall examples-camel-osgi and problem solved.

             

            Do you know if I could install or uninstall the above not from the karaf console (karaf@root>) ??

             

            Thanx again

            • 3. Re: Stopping logs
              Claus Ibsen Master

              camel-spring + camel-osgi has been combined into 1 bundle = camel-spring-osgi.

               

              so you should only install camel-spring-osgi and NOT the other two

              • 4. Re: Stopping logs
                George Petrakis Newbie

                Actually my example folder has the following bundles:

                -bash-3.00$ ls

                bridge                       cxf-wsdl-first

                bridge-camel                 cxf-wsdl-first-osgi-package

                camel                        interceptors

                camel-nmr                    jpa-osgi

                camel-osgi                   karaf-demos

                cxf-camel-nmr                loan-broker-bpel

                cxf-jaxrs                    my-app1

                cxf-nmr                      nmr

                cxf-osgi                     pom.xml

                cxf-ws-addressing            README.txt

                cxf-ws-security-osgi         simple

                 

                So only camel-osgi was available to test.

                 

                Thanks