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DailyRollingFileAppender with maxBackupIndex

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15 May 2010Apache
This is a modified version of Log4J DailyRollingFileAppender with maxBackupIndex to delete old log files if exceeds given maxBackupIndex size.



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12 - publicly available No 15-Jul-10 2:32 Available Deeksha Shenoy
11 No 15-May-10 19:07 Composing
10 No 15-May-10 19:05 Composing
9 No 15-May-10 19:03 Composing
8 No 15-May-10 18:49 Composing
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6 No 15-May-10 9:25 Composing
5 No 15-May-10 9:03 Composing
4 No 15-May-10 9:01 Composing
3 No 15-May-10 8:46 Composing
2 No 15-May-10 8:00 Composing
1 No 15-May-10 7:49 Composing


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