I'm still trying to figure out how I can limit the log level of youtrack if it runs inside of a standalone Jetty 6 Servlet container on an default ubuntu server 10.04 installation.
The method described in the youtrack documentation seems to only apply to some "log files" that aren't even present on my installation. What jetty does is that it takes all stdout and stderr output and writes this to its own log file. For some reason youtrack outputs enourmus amounts of logging on the "INFO" level via stdout and I'm not able to change this.
Logs like this are logged multiple times every second:
221040 [http request: /_events?window_id=2 [l.I.sb.s.countIssuesTicker:tick]] INFO jetbrains.mps.webr.runtime.servlet.MainServlet - Finish processing request /_events?window_id=2 [l.I.sb.s.countIssuesTicker:tick] in 1ms
I do not need this logs and all it does is that it kills cpu and disk performance...