Posts Tagged: log4j


Cobertura Issue with Ignoring Annotated Methods

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I’ve decided to plug in Cobertura in (some) of my projects to have an idea on the unit test/code coverage going on. I use Gradle, so I started looking at the Cobertura Gradle plugin. It turns out it’s pretty good — and offers a lot of the functionality that I needed. However, I came across […]

(Very Very Simple) Bash Script to Delete Old Log Files

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So here’s the deal: you have an application running on a Linux box which generates log files. And these files keep mounting up and grow and grow and grow in both number and size and you have start considering cleaning up old logs which you don’t use anymore. I know about logrotate, it’s an awesome […]

Perf4J and Object Creation/Destroy

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If at any point in your coding life you had to measure some component performance, chances are that you came across Perf4J at some point. To quote from their own website: Perf4J is to System.currentTimeMillis() as log4j is to System.out.println() There are of course other ways to measure timings of components execution, however, I found […]