This document describes the current stable version of Celery (4.1). For development docs, go here.

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Logging configuration.

The Celery instances logging section: ``Celery.log``.

Sets up logging for the worker and other programs,
redirects standard outs, colors log output, patches logging
related compatibility fixes, and so on.
from __future__ import absolute_import, unicode_literals

import logging
import os
import sys

from logging.handlers import WatchedFileHandler

from kombu.utils.encoding import set_default_encoding_file

from celery import signals
from celery._state import get_current_task
from celery.five import string_t
from celery.local import class_property
from celery.platforms import isatty
from celery.utils.log import (
    get_logger, mlevel,
    ColorFormatter, LoggingProxy, get_multiprocessing_logger,
from celery.utils.nodenames import node_format
from celery.utils.term import colored

__all__ = ['TaskFormatter', 'Logging']

MP_LOG = os.environ.get('MP_LOG', False)

[docs]class TaskFormatter(ColorFormatter): """Formatter for tasks, adding the task name and id."""
[docs] def format(self, record): task = get_current_task() if task and task.request: record.__dict__.update(, else: record.__dict__.setdefault('task_name', '???') record.__dict__.setdefault('task_id', '???') return ColorFormatter.format(self, record)
[docs]class Logging(object): """Application logging setup (app.log).""" #: The logging subsystem is only configured once per process. #: setup_logging_subsystem sets this flag, and subsequent calls #: will do nothing. _setup = False def __init__(self, app): = app self.loglevel = mlevel(logging.WARN) self.format = self.task_format = self.colorize =
[docs] def setup(self, loglevel=None, logfile=None, redirect_stdouts=False, redirect_level='WARNING', colorize=None, hostname=None): loglevel = mlevel(loglevel) handled = self.setup_logging_subsystem( loglevel, logfile, colorize=colorize, hostname=hostname, ) if not handled: if redirect_stdouts: self.redirect_stdouts(redirect_level) os.environ.update( CELERY_LOG_LEVEL=str(loglevel) if loglevel else '', CELERY_LOG_FILE=str(logfile) if logfile else '', ) return handled
[docs] def redirect_stdouts(self, loglevel=None, name='celery.redirected'): self.redirect_stdouts_to_logger( get_logger(name), loglevel=loglevel ) os.environ.update( CELERY_LOG_REDIRECT='1', CELERY_LOG_REDIRECT_LEVEL=str(loglevel or ''), )
[docs] def setup_logging_subsystem(self, loglevel=None, logfile=None, format=None, colorize=None, hostname=None, **kwargs): if self.already_setup: return if logfile and hostname: logfile = node_format(logfile, hostname) Logging._setup = True loglevel = mlevel(loglevel or self.loglevel) format = format or self.format colorize = self.supports_color(colorize, logfile) reset_multiprocessing_logger() receivers = signals.setup_logging.send( sender=None, loglevel=loglevel, logfile=logfile, format=format, colorize=colorize, ) if not receivers: root = logging.getLogger() if root.handlers = [] get_logger('celery').handlers = [] get_logger('celery.task').handlers = [] get_logger('celery.redirected').handlers = [] # Configure root logger self._configure_logger( root, logfile, loglevel, format, colorize, **kwargs ) # Configure the multiprocessing logger self._configure_logger( get_multiprocessing_logger(), logfile, loglevel if MP_LOG else logging.ERROR, format, colorize, **kwargs ) signals.after_setup_logger.send( sender=None, logger=root, loglevel=loglevel, logfile=logfile, format=format, colorize=colorize, ) # then setup the root task logger. self.setup_task_loggers(loglevel, logfile, colorize=colorize) try: stream = logging.getLogger().handlers[0].stream except (AttributeError, IndexError): pass else: set_default_encoding_file(stream) # This is a hack for multiprocessing's fork+exec, so that # logging before works. logfile_name = logfile if isinstance(logfile, string_t) else '' os.environ.update(_MP_FORK_LOGLEVEL_=str(loglevel), _MP_FORK_LOGFILE_=logfile_name, _MP_FORK_LOGFORMAT_=format) return receivers
def _configure_logger(self, logger, logfile, loglevel, format, colorize, **kwargs): if logger is not None: self.setup_handlers(logger, logfile, format, colorize, **kwargs) if loglevel: logger.setLevel(loglevel)
[docs] def setup_task_loggers(self, loglevel=None, logfile=None, format=None, colorize=None, propagate=False, **kwargs): """Setup the task logger. If `logfile` is not specified, then `sys.stderr` is used. Will return the base task logger object. """ loglevel = mlevel(loglevel or self.loglevel) format = format or self.task_format colorize = self.supports_color(colorize, logfile) logger = self.setup_handlers( get_logger('celery.task'), logfile, format, colorize, formatter=TaskFormatter, **kwargs ) logger.setLevel(loglevel) # this is an int for some reason, better to not question why. logger.propagate = int(propagate) signals.after_setup_task_logger.send( sender=None, logger=logger, loglevel=loglevel, logfile=logfile, format=format, colorize=colorize, ) return logger
[docs] def redirect_stdouts_to_logger(self, logger, loglevel=None, stdout=True, stderr=True): """Redirect :class:`sys.stdout` and :class:`sys.stderr` to logger. Arguments: logger (logging.Logger): Logger instance to redirect to. loglevel (int, str): The loglevel redirected message will be logged as. """ proxy = LoggingProxy(logger, loglevel) if stdout: sys.stdout = proxy if stderr: sys.stderr = proxy return proxy
[docs] def supports_color(self, colorize=None, logfile=None): colorize = self.colorize if colorize is None else colorize if # Windows does not support ANSI color codes. return False if colorize or colorize is None: # Only use color if there's no active log file # and stderr is an actual terminal. return logfile is None and isatty(sys.stderr) return colorize
[docs] def colored(self, logfile=None, enabled=None): return colored(enabled=self.supports_color(enabled, logfile))
[docs] def setup_handlers(self, logger, logfile, format, colorize, formatter=ColorFormatter, **kwargs): if self._is_configured(logger): return logger handler = self._detect_handler(logfile) handler.setFormatter(formatter(format, use_color=colorize)) logger.addHandler(handler) return logger
def _detect_handler(self, logfile=None): """Create handler from filename, an open stream or `None` (stderr).""" logfile = sys.__stderr__ if logfile is None else logfile if hasattr(logfile, 'write'): return logging.StreamHandler(logfile) return WatchedFileHandler(logfile) def _has_handler(self, logger): return any( not isinstance(h, logging.NullHandler) for h in logger.handlers or [] ) def _is_configured(self, logger): return self._has_handler(logger) and not getattr( logger, '_rudimentary_setup', False)
[docs] def setup_logger(self, name='celery', *args, **kwargs): """Deprecated: No longer used.""" self.setup_logging_subsystem(*args, **kwargs) return logging.root
[docs] def get_default_logger(self, name='celery', **kwargs): return get_logger(name)
@class_property def already_setup(self): return self._setup @already_setup.setter # noqa def already_setup(self, was_setup): self._setup = was_setup