phalcon/logentries

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Phalcon library to connect and make log entries using https://logentries.com/

v1.2.0 2017-03-20 22:25 UTC

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README

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Phalcon library to connect and make log entries using Logentries. You can adapt it to your own needs or improve it if you want.

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NOTE

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Get Started

Requirements

To use this library on your machine, you need at least:

Development requirements:

Installation

Install composer in a common location or in your project:

$ curl -s http://getcomposer.org/installer | php

Create the composer.json file as follows:

{
    "require": {
        "phalcon/logentries": "~1.2"
    }
}

Run the composer installer:

$ php composer.phar install

Setup

When you have made your account on Logentries. Log in and create a new host with a name that best represents your app. Then, click on your new host and inside that, create a new log file with a name that represents what you are logging, example: myerrors. Bear in mind, these names are purely for your own benefit. Under source type, select Token TCP and click Register. You will notice a token appear beside the name of the log, these is a unique identifier that the logging library will use to access that logfile. You can copy and paste this now or later.

Then create adapter instance:

use Phalcon\Logger\Adapter\Logentries;

$di->set('logger', function() {
    $logger = new Logentries([
        'token' => getenv('LOGENTRIES_TOKEN'),
        // optional parameters
    ]);
    
    return $logger;
});

LOGENTRIES_TOKEN is the token we copied earlier from the Logentries UI. It associates that logger with the log file on Logentries.

Adding a Custom Host Name and Host ID sent in your PHP log events

To Set a custom host name that will appear in your PHP log events as Key / Value pairs pass to the Logentries::__constructor the following parameters:

  • host_name_enabled
  • host_name
  • host_id

For example:

use Phalcon\Logger\Adapter\Logentries;

$di->set('logger', function() {
    $logger = new Logentries([
        'token'             => getenv('LOGENTRIES_TOKEN'),
        'host_name_enabled' => true,
        'host_name'         => 'Custom_host_name_here',
        'host_id'           => 'Custom_ID_here_12345'
    ]);

    return $logger;
});

The host_name param can be left as an empty string, and the Logentries component will automatically attempt to assign a host name from your local host machine and use that as the custom host name.

To set a custom Host ID that will appear in your PHP log events as Key / Value pairs:

  • Enter a value instead of the empty string in host_id => '';
  • If no host_id is set and the empty string is left unaltered, no Host ID or Key / Value pairing will appear in your PHP logs.

Creating a Log

The example below shows how to create a log and add messages to it:

use Phalcon\Logger;
use Phalcon\Logger\Adapter\Logentries as LeAdapter;

$logger = new LeAdapter(['token' => 'ad43g-dfd34-df3ed-3d3d3']);

// These are the different log levels available:
$logger->critical('This is a critical message');
$logger->emergency('This is an emergency message');
$logger->debug('This is a debug message');
$logger->error('This is an error message');
$logger->info('This is an info message');
$logger->notice('This is a notice message');
$logger->warning('This is a warning message');
$logger->alert('This is an alert message');


// You can also use the log() method with a Logger constant:
$logger->log('This is another error message', Logger::ERROR);

// If no constant is given, DEBUG is assumed.
$logger->log('This is a message');

// Closes the logger
$logger->close();

Tests

Phosphorum use Codeception unit test.

First you need to re-generate base classes for all suites:

$ vendor/bin/codecept build

Execute all test with run command:

$ vendor/bin/codecept run
# OR
$ vendor/bin/codecept run --debug # Detailed output

More details about Console Commands see here.

License

Phalcon Logentries is open-sourced software licensed under the New BSD License. © Phalcon Framework Team and contributors