I am using logging module of pyhton. For configuration I am trying to create a config file which is in yaml format. But I am getting error ValueError: Unable to configure handler ‘file_handler’: __init__() got an unexpected keyword argument ‘propagate’ whereas I was able to use it logger.propagate = False. I am following python logging ..
I want to use logging.config.fileConfig to load config file,but it throws an error：ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘handlers’. How do I change my code or config file ? Thanks. This is my code： import logging.config import logging # logging.handlers = logging.handlers logging.config.fileConfig(‘log.conf’) logger = logging.getLogger(‘simpleExample’) logger.debug(‘debug message’) logger.info(‘info message’) logger.warning(‘warn message’) logger.error(‘error message’) logger.critical(‘critical message’) This ..
I have created a package and I’m adding logging file to log debug information, here is my __init__.py file: import logging logging.basicConfig(filename=’logs/tmp.log’, format=’%(levelname)s %(asctime)s :: %(message)s’, level=logging.DEBUG) logger = logging.getLogger(‘logs/tmp.log’) logger.debug(‘First debug!’) When I ran the code, the file logs/tmp.log wasn’t even created, so I created the file manually just in case logging needs the ..
I’d like to use Python’s logging.handlers.HTTPHandler to send log events using POST with the log events in a JSON format. However I don’t want to resort to writing extensions – so the configuration could be implemented either using file OR by code. I wrote the following code to configure the logger and send a test ..
I was wondering if i can print the output in real-time into PyQt 5 text edit as when I’m trying to use this code: from PyQt5 import QtCore, QtGui, QtWidgets import os import time def example(self): self.textEdit.append("trying 1") time.sleep(1) os.startfile(r"file.txt") time.sleep(1) self.textEdit.append("trying 2") it’s waiting until opening the txt file first , then print both ..
I think I have corrected most of the divergences but I am still concerned about docstring especially. For example, Docstrings should always be placed directly under the function specification, within its body. Have I used docstrings in an appropriate way or? If you still can find any errors regarding file paths, logger, printing statitics, writing ..
I have a running Jupiter-notebook. It has been working for a long time (about 6 hours). I am curious about it was still alive or died. There is no error massage or interrupting notification. In activity monitor, Python is using the most of the memory and CPU. I need to see its detailed logs but ..
Changing the log level dynamically does not work. import logging logger = logging.Logger("MyLogger", level=logging.INFO) formatter = logging.Formatter(‘%(name)s – %(levelname)s – %(message)s’) console = logging.StreamHandler() console.setFormatter(formatter) logger.addHandler(console) logger.setLevel("INFO") logger.info("should show up") logger.setLevel(logging.CRITICAL) logger.info("should not show up") Output MyLogger – INFO – should show up MyLogger – INFO – should not show up Any suggestion what am ..
I currently have this code: for line in iter(command.stderr.readline, b”): line = line.rstrip().decode(‘utf8′) logger.debug(line) The command which I’m reading the stderr from is rsync. Sometimes multiple lines are coming out in the logging as single entries, whereas I only want one action to be recorded in each logging message. For example, the logging is coming ..
I inherited some code written in python 2.7 that I updated to 3.7 However, a piece of the logging broke in the process. The code uses a wrapper script (A) to invoke the main script (B) with subprocess.Popen(). Script B uses multiprocess.Pool(). Activity in the Pool() used to write to the logfile. After switching to ..