The following three properties,
make it possible to control whether
FATAL, ERROR, and WARN
levels of log output in the console is logged to
stdout or stderr.
Prior to Wrapper version 3.5.3,
all console log levels were output to stdout.
Starting with Wrapper version 3.5.3,
FATAL and ERROR
log levels are sent to stderr by default,
while all other log levels are sent to stdout.
Most of users will not find it necessary to touch these properties, but they can be useful
if it becomes necessary to redirect all log levels back to stdout.
Specifies whether the Wrapper will use Windows APIs or pipes to write console log outputs.
Configures the Wrapper to flush stdout after each line of output is sent to the console.
Configures the format of outputs sent to the console.
Filters messages sent to the console according to their log levels.
Controls whether warning messages sent to the console are logged through stdout or stderr.
Sets the title of the console in which the Wrapper is running.
Set the console title per platform.
Disables the Wrapper's ability to process console input in the JVM.
Controls the size of the buffer used by the pipe between the JVM and Wrapper processes.
Controls whether the Wrapper uses a dedicated thread to process console output from the JVM.