James Y Knight
foom at fuhm.net
Mon Jun 17 18:48:03 MDT 2013
I'm surprised that a thread with 32 messages about logging doesn't seem to have once mentioned windows events, osx structured syslog, or systemd journal as important design points.
Maybe people are thinking about such things in the background but it looks a lot like this is being designed in a vacuum when there's plenty of air around.
And, no sane sysadmin should ever want a twisted-specific log file format or to write custom python log filters. That's crazy. Gimme a verbosity knob and the ability to emit structured log events to existing systems, with a fallback plain text file format. Great.
The prime goal, it seems to me, should be exposing features useful for facilities present in existing log systems.
And having a logging system which doesn't even support a basic log level is just silly. Hopefully the new system can at least have that.
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