Core
Write Protocols v2.x
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# log

The context.log object exposes functions used to send messages to Kuzzle's logging system.

Log levels are assigned to each exposed log function, corresponding to the log priority. The lower the log level, the higher its priority.

Levels above the threshold configued in the logs section of Kuzzle's configuration file are ignored.


# error

# Priority

0 (highest priority)

# Example

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context.log.error('error message');

# warn

# Priority

1

# Example

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context.log.warn('warning message');

# info

# Priority

2

# Example

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context.log.info('info message');

# verbose

# Priority

3 (ignored by default)

# Example

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context.log.verbose('verbose message');

# debug

# Priority

4 (ignored by default)

# Example

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context.log.debug('debug message');

# silly

# Priority

5 (lowest priority, usually ignored)

# Example

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context.log.silly('silly message');