index0h/yii2-log

Many Yii2 log targets

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0.0.3 2015-05-24 22:32 UTC

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Different Yii2 log transports

Now available

  • ElasticsearchTarget
  • LogstashFileTarget
  • LogstashTarget
  • RedisTarget

Installation

The preferred way to install this extension is through composer.

php composer.phar require --prefer-dist index0h/yii2-log "0.0.3"

or add line to require section of composer.json

"index0h/yii2-log": "0.0.3"

Usage

Common properties

  • $emergencyLogFile, default @app/logs/logService.log

Elasticsearch, Redis and Logstash - are external services, so if they down our logs must be stored in file. For that ElasticsearchTarget, LogstashTarget, RedisTarget have option $emergencyLogFile. It's alias to file where logs will be written on log service is down.

ElasticsearchTarget

Stores logs in elasticsearch. All logs transform to json, so you can simply watch them by kibana.

Extends yii\log\Target, more options see here

Example configuration
....
'components' => [
    'log' => [
        'targets' => [
            ['class' => 'index0h\\log\\ElasticsearchTarget'],
        ....
Properties
  • index, default 'yii' - Elasticsearch index name.
  • type, default 'log' - Elasticsearch index type.
  • componentName - Name of yii redis component.

LogstashFileTarget

Extends yii\log\FileTarget, more options see here

Example Yii configuration
....
'components' => [
    'log' => [
        'targets' => [
            ['class' => 'index0h\\log\\LogstashFileTarget'],
        ....
Example Logstash configuration (current version 1.3.3)
input {
  file {
    type => "yii_log"
    path => [ "path/to/yii/logs/*.log*" ]
    start_position => "end"
    stat_interval => 1
    discover_interval => 30
    codec => "json"
  }
}

filter {
  # ...
}

output {
  stdout => {}
}

LogstashTarget

Extends yii\log\Target, more options see here

Example Yii configuration
....
'components' => [
    'log' => [
        'targets' => [
            ['class' => 'index0h\\log\\LogstashTarget'],
            // Or UDP.
            [
                'class' => 'index0h\\log\\LogstashTarget',
                'dsn' => 'udp://localhost:3333'
            ],
            // Or unix socket file.
            [
                'class' => 'index0h\\log\\LogstashTarget',
                'dsn' => 'unix:///path/to/logstash.sock'
            ],
        ....
Example Logstash configuration (current version 1.3.3)
input {
  tcp {
    type => "yii_log"
    port => 3333
    codec => "json"
  }
  # Or UDP.
  udp {
    type => "yii_log"
    port => 3333
    codec => "json"
  }
  # Or unix socket file.
  unix {
    type => "yii_log"
    path => "path/to/logstash.sock"
    codec => "json"
  }
}

filter {
  # ...
}

output {
  stdout => {}
}
Properties
  • dsn, default tcp://localhost:3333 - URL to logstash service. Allowed schemas: tcp, udp, unix - for unix sock files.

RedisTarget

Extends yii\log\Target, more options see here

Example Yii configuration
....
'components' => [
    'log' => [
        'targets' => [
            ['class' => 'index0h\\log\\RedisTarget'],
        ....
Example Logstash configuration (current version 1.3.3)
input {
  redis {
    type => "yii_log"
    key => "yii_log"
    codec => "json"
  }
}

filter {
  # ...
}

output {
  stdout => {}
}
Properties
  • key, default yii_log - Redis list key.
  • componentName - Name of yii redis component.

Testing

Run tests from IDE (example for PhpStorm)
  • Select Run/Debug Configuration -> Edit Configurations
  • Select Add New Configuration -> PHP Script
  • Type:
    • File: /path/to/yii-phar/.test.php
    • Arguments run: run --coverage --html
  • OK
Run tests from console
make test
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@achretien @Archy812 @xt99