Reminds me about some discussions I had about controlling your program flow with exceptions
Using exceptions to control program flow is a bad idea. Creating exceptions requires taking a snapshot of the call stack, and that’s costly. – John Flinchbaugh Oct 16 ’08 at 12:17
Not if you override the method that generates the call stack in the exception you throw to do nothing. That’s the advantage of a custom exception. – shemnon Oct 17 ’08 at 14:03
The whole thread can be found here on stackoverflow.
Logging in grails is somehow confusing me a little. I don’t know why but even though I’m familiar with log4j and never had trouble working with it, grails logging sometimes manages to make me feel like a total newbie. After looking for a nice and simple solution for a timebased rolling and archiving, I thought someone else might be interested in it as well and I don’t have to look for it again So here is the daily rolling log configuration, which is also archiving (and zipping) the old log:
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