This document describes the current stable version of Celery (5.2). For development docs, go here.

Source code for celery.app.log

"""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.
"""
import logging
import os
import sys
import warnings
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.exceptions import CDeprecationWarning, CPendingDeprecationWarning
from celery.local import class_property
from celery.platforms import isatty
from celery.utils.log import (ColorFormatter, LoggingProxy, get_logger,
                              get_multiprocessing_logger, mlevel,
                              reset_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(task_id=task.request.id, task_name=task.name) else: record.__dict__.setdefault('task_name', '???') record.__dict__.setdefault('task_id', '???') return ColorFormatter.format(self, record)
[docs]class Logging: """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): self.app = app self.loglevel = mlevel(logging.WARN) self.format = self.app.conf.worker_log_format self.task_format = self.app.conf.worker_task_log_format self.colorize = self.app.conf.worker_log_color
[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 '', ) warnings.filterwarnings('always', category=CDeprecationWarning) warnings.filterwarnings('always', category=CPendingDeprecationWarning) logging.captureWarnings(True) 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 self.app.conf.worker_hijack_root_logger: 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 Process.run works. logfile_name = logfile if isinstance(logfile, str) 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 self.app.IS_WINDOWS: # 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, encoding='utf-8') 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 get_default_logger(self, name='celery', **kwargs): return get_logger(name)
@class_property def already_setup(self): return self._setup @already_setup.setter def already_setup(self, was_setup): self._setup = was_setup