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logging stream server written on gevent

Project description

logging server written on gevent

Run log server:

from netlog import Server
Server('./logs', 5010).start()

If you don’t need blocking in .start() line:

Server('./logs', 5010).start(blocking=False)

Simple way to run as daemon:

python -c "import netlog; netlog.Server('./logs', 5010').start()" &

Usage from clients:

from netlog import Client
client = Client('127.0.0.1', 5010, 'logname')
client.send('qwe asd')
client.send('ert\n dfg')    # may be multiline
client.close()              # or del client

Features:

  • put to one log file from many client processes
  • save in binary format .tar.gz, use zcat and zgrep for read
  • unlimited size of log string
  • rotation by date
  • automatic delete old logs

TODO:

  • realize rotator :)
  • fetch Ctrl+C and -9 signals for flush before exit
  • udp transfer (maybe, only after v1.0)
  • implement logging.handlers.SocketHandler protocol (maybe, only after v1.0)

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