Description of problem:
--log-enable option is not documented outside qpidd process, and one its parameter is not documented anywhere. Fixing this would help in troubleshooting to (know how to) setup proper logging a lot.
qpidd --help describes verbosity levels to debug with the possibility to restrict the logging change to some component ('--log-enable debug:framing' is an example there). But the "components" are not described anywhere. Per http://fossplanet.com/f13/list-areas-log-debug-trace-192193/#post581190, the string is matched against the fully-qualied name of the c++ function with the logging statement. I.e. this allows to selectivelly switch on/off even logs from individual functions (knowing source code little bit).
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Steps to Reproduce:
only qpidd --help describes --log-enable option somehow
Add the option to manuals with both severity and module/scope described. Particular manual to contain that info can be either user manual (logically best place) or to installation manual (where other logging related options are described in Section 3.3. Logging Broker Errors.
<command>--log-enable debug+:cluster</command> - logs debug messages from
the <filename>qpid/cluster</filename> module. This option can be used multiple
'debug+' level logs debug and higher logging level. So above part of manual is wrong. Please change 'debug+' to 'debug' or change description to something like "logs all debug, info, notice, warning, error, critical messages from the qpid/cluster ..."
This looks right.
Documents have been published on http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_MRG/index.html as part of the MRG-M 2.1.2 update.