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NetSDS::Logger - syslog wrapper for applications and classes
use NetSDS::Logger; my $logger = NetSDS::Logger->new( name => 'NetSDS-SuperDaemon', ); $logger->log("info", "Syslog message here");
This module contains implementation of logging functionality for NetSDS components. By default, messages are logged with "local0" facility and "pid,ndelay,nowait" options. NOTE: "NetSDS::Logger" module is for internal use mostly from application frameworks like "NetSDS::App", "NetSDS::App::FCGI", etc.
new(%parameters) - constructor Constructor new() creates new logger object and opens socket with default NetSDS logging parameters. Arguments allowed (as hash): name - application name for identification Use only ASCII characters in "name" to avoid possible errors. Default value is "NetSDS". facility - logging facility Available facility values: * local0..local7 * user * daemon If not set 'local0' is used as default value log($level, $message) - write record to log Wrapper to "syslog()" method of Unix::Syslog module. Level is passed as string and may be one of the following: alert - LOG_ALERT crit - LOG_CRIT debug - LOG_DEBUG emerg - LOG_EMERG error - LOG_ERR info - LOG_INFO notice - LOG_NOTICE warning - LOG_WARNING DESTROY - class destructor Destructor (DESTROY method) calls "closelog()" function. That's all.
See NetSDS::App for example.
1. Implement logging via UDP socket.
Michael Bochkaryov <email@example.com>
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