Logs of LoadBalancing app in Visual Studio

Hi!

I'm trying to extend the LoadBalancing app but I first need to understand its execution flow. I've tried to add my own debug messages but I can't see them in the VS console.
Here's what I've done:
-I've opened the photon-sdk/src-server/LoadBalancing/LoadBalancing.sln project in Visual Studio
-I've added some debug messages in HandleJoinLobby() of MasterClientPeer.cs and in Initialize() of MasterApplication.cs
-I've set <log4net debug="true"> in log4net.config.
-I've added the appropriate logger nodes as well for each of the classes mentioned above
  <logger name="Photon.LoadBalancing.MasterServer.MasterApplication">
    <level value="DEBUG" />
    <appender-ref ref="ConsoleAppender" />
  </logger>
  <logger name="Photon.LoadBalancing.MasterServer.MasterClientPeer">
    <level value="DEBUG" />
    <appender-ref ref="ConsoleAppender" />
  </logger>
- I've replaced all instances of <level value="INFO" /> by <level value="DEBUG" />
-I've been able to run the LoadBalancing project in VS
-I've been able to connect to the server launched in VS with a client (in Unity).
-I've been able to see logs in the VS console. Most of them begin with:
'PhotonSocketServer.exe' (CLR v4.0.30319: DefaultDomain) : loaded
log4net: Logger
log4net: Converter
log4net: Assembly
or The thread 0xxxx has exited with code x (0xxxx)

But I can't see any of my logs.

So I'm either missing something in the logging configuration or the code in HandleJoinLobby and Initialize is not being executed when a player connects to the server a creates a room.

Is there anything obvious that I'm doing wrong?

Thanks a lot!

Comments

  • Hi @BlastOff,

    Thank you for choosing Photon!

    What log4net.config files did you change?

    The LoadBalancing application one:
    source:
    - "src-server\Loadbalancing\LoadBalancing\log4net.config"
    deployed:
    - "deploy\Loadbalancing\GameServer\bin\log4net.config"
    - "deploy\Loadbalancing\Master\bin\log4net.config"

    Photon Socket Server one:
    - "deploy\bin_WinXX\Photon.local.log4net"

    I don't think you need to add a child node if the already has it.
    Log to files to check; Did you?
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