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    Loggings is important for distributed applications. Don't you feel it has an affect on the performance as well. How can one justify logging then?

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    For general logging the performance impact is minimal compared to the benefits of the logging. If you are talking about logging over the distributed system we can minimize it by updating the log on a time period instead of real time.

    I think it is rather a habit or the compliance to be followed. But for the distributed and large applications logging are essential..
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    Well said root. Logging is important in distributed applications and I believe that writing log is not an expensive operation.

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