UDPLog is a system for emitting application log events via UDP and shipping them via RabbitMQ or Scribe for further processing.
What is this?
UDPLog is a system for emitting application log events via UDP and shipping them via RabbitMQ or Scribe for further processing. The idea is that the applications sends its structured log events to a dedicated shipping daemon on the same machine, which in turn passes it on to one or more remote services. As this uses UDP, emitting events is non-blocking fire-and-forget. An application like Logstash can then be used to process and store log events.
- Twisted (optional for Twisted logging support and requisite for the server-side shippers)
- txAMQP (for shipping to RabbitMQ)
- scribe (for shipping to Scribe)
- thrift (for shipping to Scribe)
To generate the documentation:
- pydoctor (including apilinks_sphinxext.py)
Copyright and Warranty
The code in this distribution started as an internal tool at Mochi Media and is made available under the MIT License. See the included LICENSE file for details.
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