Bundle up all of your bunyan log messages by streaming them to one bunyan-server.
npm install -g bunyan-socket
Make sure to install bunyan-socket via npm inside your project-
cd path/to/your/projectnpm install bunyan-socket
Then, in your app.js:
var log = 'OnePartOfMyApp'// log is an instance of a bunyan-loggerlog // log-message goes to the bunyan-server
And in - for example - in boom.js:
var log = 'AnotherPartOfMyApp'logvar sublog = logsublog
Everything you log will go now to the bunyan-server.
The messages will be buffered if the server is temporarily down.
Read the logs of all our process as a real-time-stream:
For all you humans with nice colors:
bunyan-listener | bunyan
var listener = port hostlistener
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