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C# (CSharp) log4net.Appender FileAppender - 30 examples found. These are the top rated real world C# (CSharp) examples of log4net.Appender.FileAppender extracted from open source projects. You can rate examples to help us improve the quality of examples. For full details see the SDK Reference entry: log4net.Appender.RollingFileAppender. The RollingFileAppender builds on the FileAppender and has the same options as that appender. The following example shows how to configure the RollingFileAppender to write to the file log.txt. If I recall correctly, it went like this. On startup, log4net would generate the first filename in the rolling sequence. It would detect that that file already exist and would then decide to roll to the second file, but when that one also already exists, it does not decide to roll but instead clears it and overwrites everything in that second log file. I would like to create a log4net RollingFileAppender that creates a new file each time the program starts. It can roll if the file gets to big but must roll each time the application is started. The appender should not be added if another appender is configured in the configuration. An example of this could be an application name, if multiple applications are logging to the same destination. Log4net provides a number of context objects in order for you to define contextual information like this. In the example of adding an application name to all messages logged through log4net, use the GlobalContext class. Over the past years I've been asked quite a number of times how to configure Log4Net in C#. There are some examples out there, but I've found that most of are either too complicated or are too specific. I have some troubles while writing logs from log4net to the file. I seem to do all as described in manual, but that does not work. Here is my logging.config file.