The Web server plug-in problem diagnosis
To view this administrative console page, click Servers > Server Types > Web servers > web_server_name > Plug-in Properties.
On the Configuration tab, you can edit fields. On the Runtime tab, you can look at read-only information.
The Runtime tab is available only when this web server has accessed applications
running on application servers and there is an
Specifies the location and name of the
http_plugin.log file. Also specifies the scope of messages in the log.
The log describes the location and level of log messages that are written by the plug-in. If a log is not specified within the configuration file, then, in some cases, log messages are written to the web server error log.
Log level: The level of detail of the log messages that the plug-in should write to the log. You can specify one of the following values for this attribute:
Trace - All of the steps in the request process are logged in detail.
Stats - The server selected for each request and other load balancing information relating to request handling is logged.
Warn - All warning and error messages resulting from abnormal request processing are logged.
Error - Only error messages resulting from abnormal request processing are logged.
Debug - All of the critical steps performed in processing requests are logged.
Detail - All of the information about requests and responses are logged.
If a Log level is not specified, the default value
Error is used.
Be careful when setting the level to
Trace. A lot of messages are logged at this level which can
cause the disk space/file system to fill up very quickly. A
Trace setting should never be used
in a normally functioning environment as it adversely affects performance.