When using my applications in production I normally set the log level to "info". I log configuration parameters and other stuff which is useful to know if someone sends me the log file because he is having some trouble.
I noticed that waffle (NegotiateSecurityFilter) is very chatty if I if use the info log level. For each login of a user, there are 12 info statements. After the user is authenticated, there are 3 additional info lines for each ressource. If my
Obviously having this information is very useful, but I think mainly for debugging purposes. So I'm wondering, why is so much logged with the info level? The debug level is only rarely used. The used parameters otherwise - which are only initialized
at startup - are logged with the debug level. In these I would be interessted in the info level.
It's no big deal, because I can of course add "log4j.logger.waffle.servlet=warn" to my logging configuration, but I'm wondering if there is a bigger reason to log so much with level info. I can only assume that in your product the default log level