I will show you how to enable logging in the MongoDB Java driver and also how to set and change the log level. The official mongoDB Java driver uses java.util.logging as its default logging framework or sl4j if the latter is present. It can be very useful to enable logging in the MongoDB drivers to trace how the driver is interacting with the database.
A quick follow-up to my last post where I was experimenting with running emacsclient from an ansi-term running in the main Emacs. Interestingly, you can run Emacs in text mode within an ansi-term, just not emacsclient:
Yes, the whole thing got a little recursive. Yes, it’s a little silly, and yes, I’m one of those people who think they need answers to the question “I wonder what this unmarked button does?”