[Flask] User specific log files
robertlagrant at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 17:26:48 EST 2016
Just a couple of quick questions:
1) Do you have enough users to just log to a database and record a username
with each log line? Just a suggestion to consider.
2) Can you post a minimal, verifiable and complete example of your first
attempt to give people something solid to critique?
On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 8:55 PM, Kevin Stone <Kevin.Stone at jax.org> wrote:
> I am not the most familiar with the python logging framework, and I think
> I need some help on developing an approach for creating user specific log
> files in Flask. It would be even better if someone has already done this
> before and could share their pattern.
> The problem I want to solve is this:
> 1) user1 and user2 both log in to the app
> 2) user1's activity is logged in "user1.log". user2's activity is logged
> in "user2.log".
> 3) No other user's activity should appear in that user's log file.
> Ideally, I would like to tap into existing loggers that I have (e.g. the
> app logger and the SQLAlchemy logger), but I don't know if that is
> possible. My first naive attempt simply registers additional handlers at
> login time to the app.logger. This created the appropriate log files, but
> they had all activity from all users writing to them.
> Any help or advice would be appreciated.
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