Log line formatting
normalperson at yhbt.net
Fri Nov 6 17:56:07 EST 2009
Lee Bankewitz <leebankewitz at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 4:40 PM, Eric Wong <normalperson at yhbt.net> wrote:
> > Lee Bankewitz <leebankewitz at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Howdy.
> >> I'm running Unicorn 0.94 in production (its working wonderfully). One
> >> question about the log line formats in the unicorn log.
> >> In my unicorn config file, I have:
> >> logger Logger.new("log/unicorn.log")
> >> I see timestamps on the the initial log lines when unicorn first starts, i.e.:
> >> "I, [2009-11-06T12:25:13.812367 #2437] INFO -- : listening on
> >> addr=0.0.0.0:3000 fd=5"
> >> But the format of the log line changes soon thereafter:
> >> "master process ready"
> >> "worker=0 ready"
> >> any ideas why this is happening? I'd prefer to have the initial format
> >> for every line.
> > Hi Lee,
> > This with Rails? Unfortunately, Rails seems to monkey patch the core
> > Logger format methods. If you find a clean solution to this without
> > bad side effects, please let the rest of us know, thanks.
> Thanks Eric,
> Rails does indeed override the default formatting of Logger. I got
> around it for now by setting the formatter explicitly to the ruby
> default formatter, as follows:
> # config/unicorn.rb
> unicorn_logger = Logger.new("unicorn.log")
> unicorn_logger.formatter = Logger::Formatter.new
> logger unicorn_logger
Thanks, I've been meaning to start an FAQ RDoc for stuff like
I wonder if:
Configurator::DEFAULTS[:logger].formatter = Logger::Formatter.new
is enough. I still try to avoid relative paths in config files,
especially since Logger.new("unicorn.log") sets the path immediately
and can't be affected by the new "working_directory" directive in
> I think its bad behavior by rails though, so I'll see if there's any
> interest in a Rails patch to address this.
Completely agreed that this is bad behavior by Rails. I'm very much
against the idea of propagating/encouraging things like this and fixing
the problem at the source is the way to go.
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