[Twisted-Python] disable twisted.web logging
phil at bubblehouse.org
Sat Mar 29 21:03:41 EDT 2008
On Mar 29, 2008, at 1:39 AM, Pavel wrote:
> Hi all,
> is there any way to disable twisted.web logging? Or at least
> control it somehow, e.g. filter and log only necessary entries.
> Also, is there any way to make http requests be logged into
> separate file?
FYI, posts like this should probably go to the twisted-web mailing list.
I'm not sure what level of control you'd like over the access log,
but for simple redirection, it's straightforward. Here's how I build
the Site object:
myresource = MyResource()
if(config['logfile'] != '-'):
site = server.Site(myresource, logPath=config['logfile'])
site = server.Site(myresource)
This will let you pass either a log filename or /dev/null as a
If you'd like more control (like logging different kinds of requests
to different files), you'll need to get into the LogObserver stuff in
twisted.python.log... I've only used t.p.log to create custom
loggers, though, I'm not sure what's involved in filtering t.web's
Hope this helps,
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