- CONFIGURATION SETTINGS
- SAMPLE CONFIGURATION
- LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
Dancer::Logger::Hourlyfile - Rotate writing to log files on an hourly basis
This module will write log entries to a separate file every hour. Like an automated logrotate. It will append YYYYMMDDHH to each hourly logfile name. Specify local time or GMT time. Finally, use the "extended" filename setting to further breakdown by writing into subdirectories YYYY/MM/DD/
filename: log/2014052019_filename.log ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ | YYYYMMDDHH Filename Path extended: log/2014/05/20/2014052019_filename.log | ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ Path YYYYMMDDHH Filename
In your Dancer's environment file set the following:
logger: "hourlyfile" # tell Dancer to use this module log_path: "/var/log" # full path log_hourly: "filename" # defaults to "filename" if not specified. # The only other option is "extended" log_file: "outputfile" # file name log_time: "local" # defaults to "local" if not specified. The only other option is "gmt"
logger: "hourlyfile" log: "core" log_path: "/var/mydancerapp/logs" log_file: "myserver" log_time: "gmt" log_hourly: "filename" This configuration will produce the following files where the times are GMT: /var/mydancerapp/logs/2014052000_myserver.log /var/mydancerapp/logs/2014052001_myserver.log ... ... ... /var/mydancerapp/logs/2014052023_myserver.log
logger: "hourlyfile" log: "core" log_path: "/var/mydancerapp/logs" log_file: "myserver" log_time: "gmt" log_hourly: "extended" This configuration will produce the following files where the times are GMT: /var/mydancerapp/logs/2014/05/20/2014052000_myserver.log /var/mydancerapp/logs/2014/05/20/2014052001_myserver.log ... ... ... /var/mydancerapp/logs/2014/05/20/2014052023_myserver.log
Hagop "Jack" Bilemjian,
<jck000 at gmail.com>
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
bug-dancer-logger-rotatehourly at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Dancer-Logger-Hourlyfile. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
You can also look for information at:
RT: CPAN's request tracker (report bugs here)
AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation
Copyright 2014 Hagop "Jack" Bilemjian.
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