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What's the fastest thread-safe logging library for C++?

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What's the fastest thread-safe logging library for C++?
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I use log4cxx... it's very mature, well supported and very flexible.
http://logging.apache.org/log4cxx/index.html
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is it thread safe?
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Yes, I would not have suggested it otherwise :)

In fact, it has special features to simplify MT logging.
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