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Florent Guillaume wrote:
> On 2 Dec 2005, at 11:09, Chris Withers wrote:
>> I was planning on rolling my changes out to 2.8, 2.9 and the trunk. 
>> Unless anyone strenuously objects, I still intend to do that. I 
>> cleaned up a lot of the code and made a few other changes that 
>> generally improve logging.
> I strenuously object to you overwriting without consultation code I 
> just checked in and that was approved by at least 3 people.
> And I'm totally -1 on any logging at level INFO or above about 
> retriable conflict errors.

Likewise -1.  A successfully retried conflict should not clutter up the log.

In another message, Chris wrote:

> Not so. If I'm getting 1,000 resolved conflict errors a day, that can
> be a big performance hit, and there are those of us who have hard
> performance targets to meet ;-) Turning on debug logging is, in itself,
> a performance hit, so I don't want to have to do that on a production
> service where I want to observe the number of conflict errors occurring
> over a long period of time, like, say, a month.

You need to plan to set up and *additional* logging handler for this,
which logs *only* conflict errors at *whatever* level, rather than
requiring everybody else to live with output they don't need or want to
see.  I figured out how to do this once, long ago, to surface some
obscure BLATHER-level notification;  given your familiarity with the
logging module, it should be a snap for you. ;)

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