What is the best approach for Spring Cloud Logging?
I am running Spring Boot Application as Systemd service on AWS. As a result all log messages go to system.log together with Linux log messages and that makes log is hard to read. What is best approach to not flood system.log and keep separate log per application/micro-service? Is it Log4j 2? Could you please recommend alternatives?
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