The log4j configuration for JID is located in the file $SCHEDULER_HOME/lib/JID-log4j.properties
The default content is
If you want to modify the logging then you have to create your own log4j properties file.
You have to set the environment variable LOG4JPROP in ./user_bin/dashboard_environment_variables.(sh|cmd) so that the file is found.
You find an example ./user_bin/dashboard_environment_variables.(sh|cmd)-example. Rename this file to ./user_bin/dashboard_environment_variables.(sh|cmd). On Unix make sure that ./user_bin/dashboard_environment_variables.sh is executable.
Example .\user_bin\dashboard_environment_variables.cmd (Windows):
Example ./user_bin/dashboard_environment_variables.sh (Unix):
Logging to a file:
Logging to a file and additionally to stdout:
Some additional options for logging: