twisted.python.logfileView Source (View In Hierarchy)
A log file that is rotated daily (at or after midnight localtime)
|Method||shouldRotate||Rotate when the date has changed since last write|
|Method||toDate||Convert a unixtime to (year, month, day) localtime tuple, or return the current (year, month, day) localtime tuple.|
|Method||suffix||Return the suffix given a (year, month, day) tuple or unixtime|
|Method||getLog||Given a unix time, return a LogReader for an old log file.|
|Method||write||Write some data to the log file|
|Method||rotate||Rotate the file and create a new one.|
|Method||_openFile||Open the log file.|
Inherited from BaseLogFile:
|Method||__init__||Create a log file.|
|Class Method||fromFullPath||Construct a log file from a full file path.|
|Method||flush||Flush the file.|
|Method||close||Close the file.|
|Method||reopen||Reopen the log file. This is mainly useful if you use an external log rotation tool, which moves under your feet.|
|Method||getCurrentLog||Return a LogReader for the current log file.|
Open the log file.
The log file is always opened in binary mode.
Rotate when the date has changed since last write
Convert a unixtime to (year, month, day) localtime tuple, or return the current (year, month, day) localtime tuple.
This function primarily exists so you may overload it with gmtime, or some cruft to make unit testing possible.
Return the suffix given a (year, month, day) tuple or unixtime
Given a unix time, return a LogReader for an old log file.
Write some data to the log file
Rotate the file and create a new one.
If it's not possible to open new logfile, this will fail silently, and continue logging to old logfile.