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how to give windows sharing folder path in linux

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i have deployed application in jboss in linux environment;my environment is windows.i want to drop jboss logs in my sharing folder c:/sharing/x.log;Is it possible?;
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by:girionis
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You coudl (possibly) do it if you define the logs to be in a network machine (given that you have access) by using the file protocol:

file:///<path to your file>
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Or maybe: \\<ip or dns of the machine you want your logs>\sharing\x.log
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> file:///<path to your file>

should be

file:\\\\<path to your file>
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by:objects
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mount the drive on your linux box (using samba for example) and specify the path to the directory in the mounted drive
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by:chaitu chaitu
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as i told u i deployed jboss in linux;in log4j.xml file in presently it is
/jboss/server/log/x.log
now i want to changed it to
file:\\\\mysystemnumber\sharing\x.log
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chaituu, please do not double post the same question.  if you want the Q seen in two or more places, do pointer questions instead

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Linux/Q_21895391.html
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by:CEHJ
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Make


/jboss/server/log

a symlink to the Samba-mounted windows directory
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