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    Greetings folks, I'm new to this forum and have a simple question to break the ice.

    Does the JVM log events any ware or is that handle by the windows event log and if so is that same for unix systems? I ask this because I am interested in investigating the activities of the JVM.

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    I always thought the event logging was handled by System.err or System.out, and to have them redirected into the windows event log or a unix syslog facility would be done thru a redirection by a process launch wrapper, usually something that has a somewhat native component to work with these operating system facilities.

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    Yes i have already used System.err class to log exceptions in my applications. Now what I am referring to is the jvm itself or the java.exe file does it by default log actions such as "open file" "lock file" to the underlying event log?

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