naucon/logger

This package contains a simple logging class for php that handle one or more PSR-3 compatible loggers.

1.0.0 2015-08-24 08:52 UTC

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About

This package contains a simple logging class for php that handle one or more PSR-3 compatible loggers.

Features

  • logger
    • handle one or more loggers
    • log level
      • EMERGENCY
      • ALERT
      • CRITICAL
      • ERROR
      • WARNING
      • NOTICE
      • INFO
      • DEBUG
    • messages
      • with context
      • pass exception as message
    • PSR-3 compatible
  • handler
    • null handler
      • log nothing
    • standard handler (StdHandler)
      • log file
      • restrict logging to a given log level
      • exception stack trace
    • standard error handler (StderrHandler)
      • write into php error log
      • restrict logging to a given log level
      • exception stack trace
    • log handler (LogHandler)
      • log file
      • restrict logging to a given log level
      • contain duration
      • contain IP-Address (current user IP)
      • contain User ID (set from outside)
      • exception stack trace
    • gelf handler
      • push messages to GrayLog2 server
  • singleton class (application wide)

Compatibility

  • PHP5.3

Installation

install the latest version via composer

composer require naucon/logger

Basic Usage

Logger (with StdHandler)

To implement the logger create a instance of Logger:

use Naucon\Logger\Logger;
$loggerObject = new Logger();

Add a handler to the logger to define where the log messages are written. In our example we use the StdHandler to log the message to a file.

$logPath = __DIR__ . '/log/test.log';

use Naucon\Logger\Handler\StdHandler;
$logHandler = new StdHandler($logPath);

$loggerObject->addHandler($logHandler);

The Handler can also be restricted to a certain log level.

use Naucon\Logger\LogLevel;
use Naucon\Logger\Handler\StdHandler;
$logHandler = new StdHandler(LogLevel::WARNING);

The logger class provides the following methods to log messages:

  • emergency($message, array $context=array());
  • alert($message, array $context=array());
  • critical($message, array $context=array());
  • error($message, array $context=array());
  • warning($message, array $context=array());
  • notice($message, array $context=array());
  • info($message, array $context=array());
  • debug($message, array $context=array());

The log message is passed through $message. Context data can be added with $context.

$loggerObject->emergency('message of level emergency');
$loggerObject->alert('message of level alert');
$loggerObject->critical('message of level critical');
$loggerObject->error('message of level error');
$loggerObject->warning('message of level warning');
$loggerObject->notice('message of level notice');
$loggerObject->info('message of level info');
$loggerObject->debug('message of level debug');

The log file would look like this:

[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP emergency: message of level emergency with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP alert: message of level alert with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP critical: message of level critical with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP alert: message of level alert with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP error: message of level error with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP warning: message of level warning with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP notice: message of level notice with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP info: message of level info with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP debug: message of level debug with context: Bob

The log message can contain placeholders {user} which can be replaced with values form the $context.

$loggerObject->emergency('message of level emergency with context: {user}', array('user' => 'Bob'));

A object can also be passed as message as long the object implements __toString() method.

$loggerObject->critical(new \Exception('invalid foo'));

Logging exceptions is a common pattern a it allows to log a stack trace. Therefor a instance of Exception must be passed as $context with the key exception.

$exception = new \Exception('invalid foo');
$loggerObject->error($exception->getMessage(), array('exception' => $exception));

Standard Error Handler (StderrHandler)

The logger package contains a Standard Error Handler to write into the php error log.

To use the Handler create a instance of the StderrHandler and add the handler to the Logger.

use Naucon\Logger\Handler\StderrHandler;
$logHandler = new StderrHandler();

The Handler can also be restricted to a certain log level.

use Naucon\Logger\LogLevel;
use Naucon\Logger\Handler\StderrHandler;
$logHandler = new StderrHandler(LogLevel::WARNING);

The log file would look like this:

[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP emergency: message of level emergency with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP alert: message of level alert with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP critical: message of level critical with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP alert: message of level alert with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP error: message of level error with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP warning: message of level warning with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP notice: message of level notice with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP info: message of level info with context: Bob
[01-Jul-2012 15:54:25 Europe/Paris] PHP debug: message of level debug with context: Bob

Log Handler (LogHandler)

The logger package contains a Handler with another log format with additional data:

    * duration
    * IP-Address (current user IP)
    * User ID (set from outside)

To use the Handler create a instance of the LogHandler and add the handler to the Logger.

$logPath = __DIR__ . '/log/test.log';

use Naucon\Logger\Handler\LogHandler;
$logHandler = new LogHandler($logPath);

The Handler can also be restricted to a certain log level.

use Naucon\Logger\LogLevel;
use Naucon\Logger\Handler\LogHandler;
$logHandler = new LogHandler($logPath, LogLevel::WARNING);

The log file would look like this:

2010-02-07 19:28:43  0           EMERGENCY [127.0.0.1]         unkown     message of level emergency
2010-02-07 19:28:43  0.001       ALERT     [127.0.0.1]         unkown     message of level alert
2011-10-08 22:26:09  0.001       CRITICA   [127.0.0.1]         unkown     message of level critical
2011-10-08 22:26:09  0.001       ERROR     [127.0.0.1]         unkown     message of level error
2011-10-08 22:26:09  0.001       WARNING   [127.0.0.1]         unkown     message of level warning
2011-10-08 22:26:09  0.001       NOTICE    [127.0.0.1]         unkown     message of level notice
2011-10-08 22:26:09  0.001       INFO      [127.0.0.1]         unkown     message of level info
2011-10-08 22:26:09  0.001       DEBUG     [127.0.0.1]         unkown     message of level debug

Gelf Handler

The logger package contains a Handler to push GELF message to a GrayLog2 Server.

First add the graylog2/gelf-php package to your composer.json.

"require": {
    "graylog2/gelf-php" : "~1.0"
}

Then create a Gelf Transporter and Gelf Publisher.

$transport = new Gelf\Transport\UdpTransport("127.0.0.1", 12201, Gelf\Transport\UdpTransport::CHUNK_SIZE_LAN);
$publisher = new Gelf\Publisher($transport);

Afterwards create a instance of the GelfHandler and add the handler to the Logger.

use Naucon\Logger\Handler\GelfHandler;
$logHandler = new GelfHandler($publisher, 'www.nclib.dev', 'example-facility');

The GelfHandle can also be restricted to a certain log level.

use Naucon\Logger\LogLevel;
use Naucon\Logger\Handler\GelfHandler;
$logHandler = new GelfHandler($publisher, 'www.nclib.dev', 'example-facility', LogLevel::WARNING);

Since version 1.0 the graylog2/gelf-php package comes with its own logger. This PSR-3 compatible Logger can added as handler our Logger.

use Naucon\Logger\Logger;
$loggerObject = new Logger();
$loggerObject->addHandler(new Gelf\Logger());

$loggerObject->emergency('message of level emergency');

Logger Manager

The locale package contains the class LoggerManager with a singleton pattern to make a instance of Logger accessible from anywhere inside of your application.

Instead of the singleton class you can also use a service container.

Create a instance of LoggerManager by calling init() statically. Attach a instance of Logger to the method init() as parameter.

$logPath = __DIR__ . '/log/test2.log';

use Naucon\Logger\Logger;
$loggerObject = new Logger();

use Naucon\Logger\Handler\LogHandler;
$logHandler = new LogHandler($logPath);
$loggerObject->addHandler($logHandler);

use Naucon\Logger\LoggerManager;
LoggerManager::init($loggerObject);

To write into the system log file, we call the known methods statically:

LoggerManager::emergency('message of level emergency');
LoggerManager::alert('message of level alert');
LoggerManager::critical('message of level critical');
LoggerManager::alert('message of level alert');
LoggerManager::error('message of level error');
LoggerManager::warning('message of level warning');
LoggerManager::notice('message of level notice');
LoggerManager::info('message of level info');
LoggerManager::debug('message of level debug');

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2015 Sven Sanzenbacher

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

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