…definitely possible for that @ in the wild that do cause issues.to be initialized twice. Again, initializing a Logger twice may not be a problem in this case, but I have seen bugs like this
I want to leave you with some lessons at the end of all this.
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At the end of the day, all that theguarantees is that MRI's native C implementations of methods will be executed …
--force-logger : Logger all the time
Note that the logger is not completely disabled when formatters are enabled, because some kinds of messages, such as deprecation warnings, are not yet integrated with output formatters. What we've done instead is add a special log level, "auto", and made this the default. When an interactive terminal is detected, "auto" is equivalent to "warn," and when one is not detected, it's equivalent to "info." If you're …
Logger relies on strict ordering of the messages it processes. It relies on several minions to put the texts back together after they were processed. To make sure ordering is properly applied, one minion always processes chunks from a specific text.
Logger uses the text's title to figure out which minion is responsible. This has the advantage that Logger can call in more minions as more texts are coming in. As titles vary pretty wildly, Logger can just assume that work will be distributed …
Rack:: Runtime : Adds a header to the response listing the total runtime of the request.
ActionDispatch:: ShowExceptions : Rescue exceptions and re-dispatch them to an exception handling application.
ActionDispatch:: DebugExceptions : Log exceptions.
ActionDispatch:: RemoteIp : Protect against IP spoofing attacks.
ActionDispatch:: Reloader : In development mode, support code reloading.
Thus, you must ensure any code you use inside a signal handler is reentrant-safe. Even using the Logger class in the Ruby standard library (which can call Mutex#synchronize) can deadlock inside a signal handler.
Signals are not completely reliable in Ruby (nor many applications, for that matter). If multiple, identical signals are received in a short time frame, you're guaranteed to fire a handler for /at least/ one of the signals, but not all of the signals …
Logger has morphed into 00236435221a39441af3f1e76110767fba4154a8 .:: Logger . The work was completed in
904e544cc8f5846de7c31827bb5556c6a238c0de adds a benchmark helper that works in . This allows your views to contain things like <%= benchmark do %>Hello <% end %> which then puts the benchmarking results in the log.
A couple of small changes in the sprockets compiler were merged in 7cfd1bd76a41bea528c945d821a9fbc3902af479 . …
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Logger dumps the request URL when running with DEBUG=true
The pass-through proxy will pass the request directly to the server in bloody mode, or when talking to localhost
The recorder proxy will either replay a captured request (if it has one), talk to the server and capture the response (in record mode), or pass to the next proxy
The pass-through proxy (2nd one) will pass the request to the server in cheat mode, return nothing in all other modes
Loading pre-recorded responses to …
DB Logger for - centralized logging for rails apps in . [Check the activity in the network, though. Central Logger is more actively maintained.]
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This is your favorite Logger class, just now without an annoying constant name of RAILS DEFAULT LOGGER . Much easier to remember. $ rails console >> Rails.logger => #<ActiveSupport::BufferedLogger:0x21de384 ...
>> Rails.logger.info "zomg!" => "zomg!\n"
>> File.read("log/development.log") => "zomg!\n"
A helpful shortcut to what your public assets directory is called, probably to use with …