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      dynamic-logs-with-rabbit

      Change Application Log Levels via Rabbit MQ messages at Runtime.

      Owner: dbpatel219 | 1.0.2 | Oct 2, 2019 | Package | Issues | Source | License: Apache-2.0

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      dependencies {
          compile 'org.grails.plugins:dynamic-logs-with-rabbit:1.0.2'
      }
      
                  

      dynamic-logs-with-rabbit

      Change Application Log Levels via Rabbit MQ messages at Runtime.

      • Great for large scale systems where you'd like to dynamically change your log levels on multiple application instances without requiring code changes.

      Installation

      Upon install, this will create a new Rabbit Exchange for you called logLevelExchange of type fanout

      Usage

      Via Controller

      1. Make sure you have a mapping in UrlMappings to logLevel/$action and any security permissions

      2. A controller LogLevelController and view are provided to change the log levels from. Simply go to http[s]://yourapp.com/logLevel

      3. Simply fill in the form and submit. App Name is the application you would like to change the log level for. LogLevelConsumer matches Grails application.properties "app.name" against the one that is passed in from the form.

      NOTE: Highly recommend you lock down logLevel endpoint via Spring Security.

      Via Service

      1. Inject logLevelService into your services or controllers :
      2. Create a DynamicLogLevelMsg
      • appName is the Application name you want to target. Uses Grails application.properties "app.name"
      • loggerName is the package or class you would like to change the log level for
      • logLevel is log level as a String you would like to change to: ['ALL','DEBUG','ERROR','FATAL','INFO','OFF','TRACE','WARN']

      Example

      class Foo {
          def logLevelService
      
          def changeAllServiceLogLevelsToInfo() {
              logLevelService.send new DynamicLogLevelMsg("myApp", "grails.app.services", "INFO")
          }
      }
      

      Contributors

      Thanks to Burt Beckwith for his contributions & feedback.

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