snap-server- A fast, iteratee-based, epoll-enabled web server for the Snap FrameworkSource codeContentsIndex
data Logger
timestampedLogEntry :: ByteString -> IO ByteString
combinedLogEntry :: ByteString -> Maybe ByteString -> ByteString -> Int -> Maybe Int64 -> Maybe ByteString -> ByteString -> IO ByteString
newLogger :: FilePath -> IO Logger
logMsg :: Logger -> ByteString -> IO ()
stopLogger :: Logger -> IO ()
data Logger Source
Holds the state for a logger.
timestampedLogEntry :: ByteString -> IO ByteStringSource
Prepares a log message with the time prepended.
:: ByteStringremote host
-> Maybe ByteStringremote user
-> ByteStringrequest line (up to you to ensure there are no quotes in here)
-> Intstatus code
-> Maybe Int64num bytes sent
-> Maybe ByteStringreferer (up to you to ensure there are no quotes in here)
-> ByteStringuser agent (up to you to ensure there are no quotes in here)
-> IO ByteString
Prepares a log message in "combined" format.
newLogger :: FilePath -> IO LoggerSource
Creates a new logger, logging to the given file. If the file argument is "-", then log to stdout; if it's "stderr" then we log to stderr, otherwise we log to a regular file in append mode. The file is closed and re-opened every 15 minutes to facilitate external log rotation.
logMsg :: Logger -> ByteString -> IO ()Source
Sends out a log message verbatim with a newline appended. Note: if you want a fancy log message you'll have to format it yourself (or use combinedLogEntry).
stopLogger :: Logger -> IO ()Source
Kills a logger thread, causing any unwritten contents to be flushed out to disk
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