Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of LoggingAndDebugging


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12/02/05 09:45:36 (15 years ago)
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sauermann
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    1313 * '''SEVERE''' - a '''severe error''' has occured, that '''has implications for the user'''. For example, some data could not be saved or half of the system just crashed. 
     14 * '''WARNING''' - WARNING is a message level indicating a potential problem. In general WARNING messages should describe events that will be of '''interest to end users or system managers''', or which indicate '''potential problems'''. 
    1415 * '''INFO''' - a message that is '''definitely interesting to the user'''. You must not place debugging messages here. Info messages can say that an important message is here, that the user should read now. If the user wonders what the gnowsis is doing at the moment, an info message may be good. 
    1516 * '''CONFIG''' - shows that the '''configuration of the system''' is ok or is wrong. These messages should reflect only things that can be changed by changing the configuration. For example, when config files are read and weird values are found, a config message is the right thing. If config files are broken totally, INFO or SEVERE is better.