Apache Logging Services
Log4j 2.9 released
The Apache Log4j 2 team is pleased to announce the Log4j 2.9 release!
This release contains the first support of Java 9 as well as bugfixes and minor enhancements. The Log4j API was modified to use java.util.ServiceLoader to locate Log4j implementations, although the former binding mechanism is still supported. The Log4j jar is now a multi-release jar to provide implementations of the Java 9 specific classes. Multi-release jars are not supported by the OSGi specification so OSGi modules will not be able to take advantage of these implementations but will not lose functionality as they will fall back to the implementations used in Java 7 and 8. More details on the new features and fixes are itemized below.
Note that subsequent to the 2.9 release, for security reasons, SerializedLayout is deprecated and no longer used as default in the Socket and JMS appenders. SerializedLayout can still be used as before, but has to be specified explicitly.[Read More]
Posted at 01:26AM Aug 31, 2017 by Remko Popma in General | |