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class UnixAppLogger(app.AppLogger): (source)
A logger able to log to syslog, to files, and to stdout.
||Create and return a suitable log observer for the given configuration.|
||A flag indicating the process will not be daemonizing.|
||A flag indicating whether to use syslog instead of file logging.|
||If sysLog is True, the string prefix to use for syslog messages.|
||Initialize the global logging system for the given application.|
||Remove all log observers previously set up by
||Print twistd start log message.|
||The name of the file to which to log, if other than the default.|
||log observer added at start and removed at stop.|
||Callable object that will create a log observer, or None.|
AppLogger with a
Create and return a suitable log observer for the given configuration.
The observer will go to syslog using the prefix _syslogPrefix if _syslog is true. Otherwise, it will go to the file named _logfilename or, if _nodaemon is true and _logfilename is "-", to stdout.
|An object suitable to be passed to log.addObserver.|