Also, are you getting anything in the stokerweblogs/cookLogs directory?
I cannot find a file anywhere named cookLog, cookLogs, cooklog, etc, nor a dir named stokerweblogs or stokerweblog anywhere. I always load the GNU utils that include slocate, which maintains an index of all files on the system.Also, are you getting anything in the stokerweblogs/cookLogs directory?
I am a little confused. I have the log4j.properties.orig in both /usr/local/share/stokerweb and in /var/lib/tomcat7/webapps/stokerweb, along with a modified one in each place with the changed location for the logfile:Hey Stew,
The missing CookerConfig.json is ok. you should be presented the configuration screen if that file is found to be missing.
Rename the log4j.properties.orig file and remove the .orig. Copy the file to the webapps/stokerweb/WEB-INF/classes directory which tomcat expanded for you. =Delete your catalina.out file, restart stoker-web, give it a minute to start and then email me both the catlalina.out file and the stokerweb.out file.
Yes, but the other copies should harm anything, it just may cause confusion.I am going to assume that you want me to get rid of both copies of log4j.properties in /var/lib/tomcat7/webapps/stokerweb and have only one copy of my local log4j.properties in /var/lib/tomcat7/webapps/stokerweb/WEB-INF/classes
How long did you have to wait? It should happen almost immediately.I guess I didn't give it enough time. I just woke up everyone in my office because I had the sound all the way up.
It took close to 10 minutes for the alarm to sound. I don't know if it matters, but I was setting the alarm to be outside of the current temp to force an alarm as opposed to it gradually creeping up.How long did you have to wait? It should happen almost immediately.
And yes, the config screen will popup without logging in. I just looked and that's something I'll have to address. A savvy evil-doer could send in configuration request without logging in, but it's not trivial to do.