Tim Parker commented on SOLR-9325:

Installed the snapshot... chasing a couple of unrelated things on my end, but 
what I've seen so far is:

1) the logs all appear to go into the right place
2) Solr is creating an empty directory '2' under the '.../server' directory - 
not sure if this relates to the specified home directory being empty at 
startup, but... it shouldn't be there

some config info:
SOLR_PID_DIR = /home/content/private/keys
SOLR_LOGS_DIR = /home/content/private/logs
startup command line: /opt/solr/latest/bin/solr start -s 
/home/content/private/solr -p 8987 -force
/opt/solr/latest is a symlink to /media/sf_common/solr/latest, which is itself 
a symbolic link to the latest Solr build

/media/sf_common is a VirtualBox shared folder

> solr.log written to {solrRoot}/server/logs instead of location specified by 
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: SOLR-9325
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SOLR-9325
>             Project: Solr
>          Issue Type: Bug
>      Security Level: Public(Default Security Level. Issues are Public) 
>          Components: logging
>    Affects Versions: 5.5.2, 6.0.1
>         Environment: 64-bit CentOS 7 with latest patches, JVM
>            Reporter: Tim Parker
>            Assignee: Jan H√łydahl
>             Fix For: 6.3, master (7.0)
>         Attachments: SOLR-9325.patch, SOLR-9325.patch, SOLR-9325.patch
> (6.1 is probably also affected, but we've been blocked by SOLR-9231)
> solr.log should be written to the directory specified by the SOLR_LOGS_DIR 
> environment variable, but instead it's written to {solrRoot}/server/logs.
> This results in requiring that solr is installed on a writable device, which 
> leads to two problems:
> 1) solr installation can't live on a shared device (single copy shared by two 
> or more VMs)
> 2) solr installation is more difficult to lock down
> Solr should be able to run without error in this test scenario:
> burn the Solr directory tree onto a CD-ROM
> Mount this CD as /solr
> run Solr from there (with appropriate environment variables set, of course)

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