Source code for cobald.monitor.format_json

from import Mapping
from logging import Formatter, LogRecord
import json

#: Attributes of a LogRecord.
# See <the docs ``>_.

[docs] class JsonFormatter(Formatter): """ Formatter that emits data as JSON :param fmt: default data for all records :param datefmt: format for timestamps The ``datefmt`` parameter has almost the same meaning as :py:class:`~.Formatter`. Setting it to ``None`` uses the default time format. However, setting it to any other value that is boolean false excludes the timestamp from reports. """ def __init__(self, fmt: dict = None, datefmt: str = None): super().__init__(fmt=None, datefmt=datefmt, style="%") self._defaults = fmt or {} if not isinstance(self._defaults, Mapping): raise TypeError("`fmt` must be a Mapping or None") self._add_time = self.datefmt or self.datefmt is None
[docs] def format(self, record: LogRecord): args = record.args if args == ({},): #'message', {}) -> record.args == ({},) args = {} assert isinstance( args, Mapping ), "monitor record argument must be a mapping, not %r" % type(args) data = self._defaults.copy() if self._add_time: data["time"] = self.formatTime(record, self.datefmt) data["message"] = record.getMessage() if args else record.msg data.update(args) return json.dumps(data)
if __name__ == "__main__": import logging logger = logging.getLogger() logger.handlers = [logging.StreamHandler()] logger.handlers[0].formatter = JsonFormatter({"latitude": 49, "longitude": 8}) logger.warning("forecast", {"temperature": 298, "humidity": 0.45})