Johannes Plunien

NAME

Log::Handler::Output::Gearman - Send log messages to Gearman workers.

SYNOPSIS

    use Log::Handler::Output::Gearman;

    my $logger = Log::Handler::Output::Gearman->new(
        servers => ['127.0.0.1:4731'],
        worker  => 'logger',
    );

    my $message = 'This is a log message';
    $logger->log( $message );

DESCRIPTION

This is experimental ( beta ) and should only be used in a test environment. The API may change at any time without prior notification until this message is removed!

METHODS

new

Takes a number of arguments, following are mandatory:

  • servers

        # hostname:port gearmand is running on
        servers => [
            '127.0.0.1:4731',
            '192.168.0.1:4735',
            '192.168.0.2'       # uses default port (4730)
        ]
  • worker

        # name of the worker that should process the log messages
        worker => 'logger'

Besides it takes also following optional arguments:

  • method (default: do_background)

        method => 'do_high_background'

    This can be one of the following Gearman::XS::Client methods:

    • do

    • do_high

    • do_low

    • do_background

    • do_high_background

    • do_low_background

log

Takes one argument:

  • $message - The log message

errstr

Returns the last error message.

gearman_client

Returns Gearman::XS::Client instance.

reload

Reload with a new configuration.

AUTHOR

Johannes Plunien <plu@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright 2009 by Johannes Plunien

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

REPOSITORY

http://github.com/plu/log-handler-output-gearman/




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