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audit_target does not work

htran-21
15-Moonstone

audit_target does not work

Hi,

 

My logger setting in config file is

 

 

	"logger":	{
		"level":	"DEBUG",
		"audit_target":	"r:/_tw_logs/audit.log",
		"publish_directory":	"r:/_tw_logs/",
		"publish_level":	"DEBUG",
		"max_file_storage":	"20000000",
		"auto_flush":	true
	},

 

 

The audit.log does not have the same content as wsems_log1.log while they have the same log level. Is there any way to configure 2 different log files for AUDIT and DEBUG level?

 

My Bests,

Hung Tran

 

 

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Hello @htran-21 ,

 

There are only two log files - the EMS log file, which contains the same content as what's output to stdout, and the 'audit log', which only contains 'AUDIT' level log data and can be written to a file:// or http:// based URI (controlled by audit_target).  publish_level and publish_directory control  the main log file - if publish_level is different than level, then one level of log messages will be sent to stdout while another will be written to a file (so you could have info to stdout but trace to your log file).  The above json attributes are all on the logger parent in config.json.

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Hello @htran-21 ,

 

There are only two log files - the EMS log file, which contains the same content as what's output to stdout, and the 'audit log', which only contains 'AUDIT' level log data and can be written to a file:// or http:// based URI (controlled by audit_target).  publish_level and publish_directory control  the main log file - if publish_level is different than level, then one level of log messages will be sent to stdout while another will be written to a file (so you could have info to stdout but trace to your log file).  The above json attributes are all on the logger parent in config.json.

slangley
23-Emerald II
(To:htran-21)

Hi @htran-21.

 

If the previous response answered your question, please mark it as the Accepted Solution for the benefit of others with the same question.

 

Regards.

 

--Sharon

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