Python Logger plugin to send logs to Logentries
This is a plugin library to enable logging to Logentries from the Python Logger. Logentries is a real-time log management service on the cloud. More info at https://logentries.com. Note that this plugin is asynchronous.
To use this library, you must first create an account on Logentries. This will only take a few moments.
To install this library, use the following command:
pip install logentries
#!/usr/bin/env python from logentries import LogentriesHandler import logging log = logging.getLogger('logentries') log.setLevel(logging.INFO) test = LogentriesHandler(LOGENTRIES_TOKEN) log.addHandler(test) log.warn("Warning message") log.info("Info message") sleep(10)
The parameter LOGENTRIES_TOKEN needs to be filled in to point to a file in your Logentries account.
In your Logentries account, create a logfile, selecting Token TCP as the source_type. This will print a Token UUID. This is the value to use for LOGENTRIES_TOKEN.
The appender will attempt to send your log data over TLS over port 443, otherwise it will send over port 80.
You are now ready to start logging
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