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Module log

Module log

Overview

The Tarantool server puts all diagnostic messages in a log file specified by the log configuration parameter. Diagnostic messages may be either system-generated by the server’s internal code, or user-generated with the log.log_level_function_name function.

Index

Below is a list of all log functions.

Name Use
log.error()
log.warn()
log.info()
log.verbose()
log.debug()
Write a user-generated message to a log file
log.logger_pid() Get the PID of a logger
log.rotate() Rotate a log file
log.error(message)
log.warn(message)
log.info(message)
log.verbose(message)
log.debug(message)

Output a user-generated message to the log file, given log_level_function_name = error or warn or info or verbose or debug.

As explained in the description of the configuration setting for log_level, there are seven levels of detail:

  • 1 – SYSERROR
  • 2 – ERROR – this corresponds to log.error(...)
  • 3 – CRITICAL
  • 4 – WARNING – this corresponds to log.warn(...)
  • 5 – INFO – this corresponds to log.info(...)
  • 6 – VERBOSE – this corresponds to log.verbose(...)
  • 7 – DEBUG – this corresponds to log.debug(...)

For example, if box.cfg.log_level is currently 5 (the default value), then log.error(...), log.warn(...) and log.info(...) messages will go to the log file. However, log.verbose(...) and log.debug(...) messages will not go to the log file, because they correspond to higher levels of detail.

Parameters:
  • message (string) –

    The actual output will be a line containing:

    • the current timestamp,
    • a module name,
    • ’E’, ‘W’, ‘I’, ‘V’ or ‘D’ depending on log_level_function_name, and
    • message.

    Output will not occur if log_level_function_name is for a type greater than log_level.

    Messages may contain C-style format specifiers %d or %s, so log.error('...%d...%s', x, y) will work if x is a number and y is a string.

Return:

nil

log.logger_pid()
Return:PID of a logger
log.rotate()

Rotate the log.

Return:nil

Example

$ tarantool
tarantool> box.cfg{log_level=3, log='tarantool.txt'}
tarantool> log = require('log')
tarantool> log.error('Error')
tarantool> log.info('Info %s', box.info.version)
tarantool> os.exit()
$ less tarantool.txt
2017-09-20 ... [68617] main/101/interactive C> version 1.7.5-31-ge939c6ea6
2017-09-20 ... [68617] main/101/interactive C> log level 3
2017-09-20 ... [68617] main/101/interactive [C]:-1 E> Error

The ‘Error’ line is visible in tarantool.txt preceded by the letter E.

The ‘Info’ line is not present because the log_level is 3.