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Configuration - Logging

The logging configuration controls which levels of logs are displayed and/or written to file. It also controls where the log files are written, and if the log files are written.

Path

Description

The path in which to write log files to

Default Value

/var/lib/kalavar/logs

Debug

Description

If the logger should display (and write) DEBUG level log messages

Default Value

true

Info

Description

If the logger should display (and write) INFO level log messages

Default Value

true

Log

Description

If the logger should display (and write) LOG level log messages

Default Value

true

Warn

Description

If the logger should display (and write) WARN level log messages

Default Value

true

Error

Description

If the logger should display (and write) ERROR level log messages

Default Value

true

Log To File

Description

Whether or not the logger should write logs to a file as well as the terminal, or just the terminal.

true - Write logs to terminal and file

false - Write logs to terminal, but not to file

Note: It is highly recommended to leave this set to true due to the nature of error messages being logged once before exiting, meaning they have a natural tendency to get lost