gsyslog

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Published: Jan 18, 2019 License: MIT Imports: 8 Imported by: 875

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go-syslog

This repository provides a very simple gsyslog package. The point of this package is to allow safe importing of syslog without introducing cross-compilation issues. The stdlib log/syslog cannot be imported on Windows systems, and without conditional compilation this adds complications.

Instead, gsyslog provides a very simple wrapper around log/syslog but returns a runtime error if attempting to initialize on a non Linux or OSX system.

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type Priority

type Priority int

Priority maps to the syslog priority levels

const (
	LOG_EMERG Priority = iota
	LOG_ALERT
	LOG_CRIT
	LOG_ERR
	LOG_WARNING
	LOG_NOTICE
	LOG_INFO
	LOG_DEBUG
)

type Syslogger

type Syslogger interface {
	// WriteLevel is used to write a message at a given level
	WriteLevel(Priority, []byte) error

	// Write is used to write a message at the default level
	Write([]byte) (int, error)

	// Close is used to close the connection to the logger
	Close() error
}

Syslogger interface is used to write log messages to syslog

func DialLogger

func DialLogger(network, raddr string, p Priority, facility, tag string) (Syslogger, error)

DialLogger is used to construct a new Syslogger that establishes connection to remote syslog server

func NewLogger

func NewLogger(p Priority, facility, tag string) (Syslogger, error)

NewLogger is used to construct a new Syslogger

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