--- Comment #2 from Andy Wilkinson <> ---
>  and it doesn't make sense

The current behaviour makes sense given that Tomcat swallows the exception;
otherwise, there'd be no way to see that a problem has occurred. If a change is
made such that Tomcat can be configured to throw the exception, then I would
argue that it no longer makes sense for Tomcat to also log the exception.

> please adjust the logging configuration to use some custom logger of your own 
> instead

That would only work if it's possible for a logger to distinguish between
exceptions that Tomcat is going to swallow and those that it's also going to
throw to be caught by embedding code.

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