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January 27, 2015
by Dan Poirier
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Django Logging Configuration: How the Default Settings Interfere with Yours

My colleague Vinod recently found the answer on Stack Overflow to something that's been bugging me for a long time - why do my Django logging configurations so often not do what I think they should? Short answer: if you want your logging config to behave sensibly...

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September 18, 2013
by Tobias McNulty
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Central logging in Django with Graylog2 and graypy

Django's logging configuration facilities, which arrived in version 1.3, have greatly eased (and standardized) the process of configuring logging for Django projects. When building complex and interactive web applications at Caktus, we've found that detailed (and properly configured!) logs are key to successful and efficient debugging. Another ...

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June 9, 2009
by Tobias McNulty
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Remote logging with Python logging and Django

As part of my work on EveryWatt, our fledgling energy monitoring web site, I needed a way to consolidate log messages from all the data loggers we have running in a single place. If you're not familiar with it, Python's logging module is good stuff and worth checking ...

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