Set of utilities for better logging in WSGI applications
Kudzu provides WSGI middleware and logging handlers which:
- Read or generate unique ID for each request and include this request ID in emitted log records.
- Sends request ID in response using X-Request-ID header. This ID is also made globally available and can included when calling other applications or components.
- Logs all requests and responses using Python standard logging.
Kudzu is framework independent and it is compatible with both Python 2 (tested with 2.6 and 2.7) and Python 3 (tested with 3.3 and 3.4).
Kudzu can be installed using pip (or easy_install) from PyPI:
$ pip install kudzu
Alternatively you can download and extract tarball and install the package manually:
$ python setup.py install
Placing the package to your PYTHONPATH should also work.
# Apply middleware to WSGI application application = kudzify_app(application) # Include request ID and remote address in log records kudzify_logger(format='[%(addr)s|%(rid)s] %(levelname)s:%(message)s')
See example.py for more information.
Tests for all supported Python versions can be run using Tox:
Alternativelly you can install Kudzu with test dependencies pytest and Werkzeug and run tests manually:
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