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    apiconnect-cli-logger

    3.0.0 • Public • Published

    API Connect Toolkit logger

    Basic usage

    The logger supports the following levels:

    • debug
    • info
    • warning
    • error (or severe)
    • fatal

    They are exposed as methods on the logger object and can be used as logger.info(...) etc.

    Default Logging Streams

    By default, logs are streamed to the console and to $APIC_CONFIG_PATH/apic.log. If $APIC_CONFIG_PATH is not set, it is logged to ~/.apiconnect/apic.log.

    The console logging stream is prettified by the formatter stream in lib/formatter.js. To change the logging level of the console stream, you can set LOG_LEVEL.

    The file logging stream consists of raw JSON logs. To see it in a readable format, you can run cat ~/.apiconnect/apic.log | bunyan. To change the logging level of the file stream, you can set FILE_LOG_LEVEL.

    Configuring the logger

    The logger can be customized with environment variables or a configuration file. The logger will look for a custom configuration file defined by APIC_LOG_CONFIG_FILE. If it does not exist, it looks in the default configuration directory: ~/.apiconnect/logger-config.js. The configuration file can be JSON or JS (.json/.js).

    The default configuration is merged with user specified configuration, but the user specified configuration takes precedence. Default streams (stdout/file logger) cannot be replaced.

    Supported Configuration

    The configuration file is JSON based. You can configure the bunyan logger as well as the default bunyan filelogger stream.

    bunyan: Refer to bunyan README.

    filelogger:

    key default description
    size 50m The max file size of a log before rotation occurs. Supports 1024, 1k, 1m, 1g
    keep 10 The number of rotated log files to keep (including the primary log file). Additional logs are deleted no rotation.
    file ~/.apiconnect/apic.log The file log file to write data to.
    compress false Optionally compress rotated files with gzip.

    Sample Config

    Sample JSON config file (.json):

    {
      "bunyan": {
        "name": "custom logger",
        "src": "false",
        "streams": [{
          "level": "debug",
          "type": "file",
          "path": "custom_file.log"
        }]
      },
      "filelogger": {
        "size": "1K",
        "file": "custom.log",
        "keep": 5
      }
    }
    

    Sample JS config file (.js):

    module.exports =
    {
      bunyan: {
        name: 'userConnect',
        streams: [{
          level: 'debug',
          type: 'file',
          path: 'custom_file.log'
        }]
      },
      filelogger: {
        file: 'custom.log',
        size: '50M',
        keep: 10
      }
    };
    
    

    Note: If you have both logger-config.json and logger-config.js, the JSON file takes priority.

    Console Output

    The logger provides two methods to write to console logger.writeln and logger.write. Both these methods will write to stdout and log output to the log file.

    Flushing logs

    The logger provides logger.flush() and logger.exit(exitCode) methods which should be called before the CLI exits in order to ensure that all logs are written to disk. Both methods return a Promise object.

    Environment variables

    • LOG_LEVEL specifies the lowest level of messages logged to the console stream.
    • deprecated APIC_LOG_CONSOLE_LEVEL
    • FILE_LOG_LEVEL specifies the lowest level of messages logged to the apic.log log file.
    • deprecated APIC_LOG_FILE_LEVEL
    • APIC_CONFIG_PATH specifies the directory path containing the system logging configuration file logger-config.json.
    • APIC_LOG_CONFIG_FILE specifies the path of the user-level logging configuration.

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    Install

    npm i apiconnect-cli-logger

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    Version

    3.0.0

    License

    SEE LICENSE IN LICENSE.txt

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