My current format string is:
Okay, what is it, and why does it occur on Win2003 server, but not on WinXP.
I have an application which has to run a number of simulation runs. I want to setup a logging mechanisme where all logrecords are logged in a general.log, and all logs for a simulation run go to run00001.log, …. For this I have defined a class Run. in the
__init__() a new filehandle is added for the runlog.
I’m using Python logging, and for some reason, all of my messages are appearing twice.
I looked through the tutorials for the python logging class here and didnt see anything that would let me make multiple logs of different levels for the same output. In the end I would like to have three logs:
<timestamp>_DEBUG.log (debug level)
<timestamp>_INFO.log (info Level)
<timestamp>_ERROR.log (error level)
Is it possible to decorate/extend the python standard logging system, so that when a logging method is invoked it also logs the file and the line number where it was invoked or maybe the method that invoked it?
I have yet to find a way of setting up Python logging with Django that I’m happy with. My requirements are fairly simple:
I am trying to learn how an application works. And for this I am inserting debug commands as the first line of each function’s body with the goal of logging the function’s name as well as the line number (within the code) where I send a message to the log output. Finally, since this application comprises of many files, I want to create a single log file so that I can better understand the control flow of the application.
The below code is copied from the documentation. I am supposed to be able to see all the info logs. But I don’t. I am only able to see the warn and above even though I’ve set setLevel to INFO.