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The Logging Module. The logging module in Python is a ready-to-use and powerful module that is designed to meet the needs of beginners as well as enterprise teams. It is used by most of the third-party Python libraries, so you can integrate your log messages with the ones from those libraries to produce a homogeneous log for your application.How to create a log record in Python?
Before Python 3.2, there were only two places where this creation was done: Logger.makeRecord (), which is called in the normal process of logging an event. This invoked LogRecord directly to create an instance. makeLogRecord (), which is called with a dictionary containing attributes to be added to the LogRecord.How many loggers should I use in Python?
Python’s logging documentation recommends that you should only attach each handler to one logger and rely on propagation to apply handlers to the appropriate child loggers.How do I create a new logger?
You can create a new logger using the ‘ logger.getLogger(name) ‘ method. If a logger with the same name exists, then that logger will be used. While you can give pretty much any name to the logger, the convention is to use the __name__ variable like this: logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) logger.info('my logging message')