Source code for bodhi.server.logging

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"""Utilities for logging in Bodhi."""

import logging

from pyramid import paster
import yaml

from bodhi.server import config


def setup():
    """Set up logging from our config file."""
    pyramid_includes = config.config.get('pyramid.includes', '').split('\n')
    if 'pyramid_sawing' in pyramid_includes:
        # This Bodhi deployment is using pyramid_sawing to configure logging. This means that we
        # cannot use paster.setup_logging() because the main config file doesn't have the logging
        # settings. Let's read the main config file to find out where the logging settings are.
        logging_config = config.config['pyramid_sawing.file']
        with open(logging_config) as logging_config_file:
            logging_config = yaml.safe_load(logging_config_file.read())
        logging.config.dictConfig(logging_config)
    else:
        paster.setup_logging(config.get_configfile())


[docs]class RateLimiter(logging.Filter): """ Log filter that rate-limits logs based on time. The rate limit is applied to records by filename and line number. Filters can be applied to handlers and loggers. Configuring this via dictConfig is possible, but has somewhat odd syntax:: log_config = { "filters": { "60_second_filter": { "()": "fedmsg_migration_tools.filters.RateLimiter", "rate": "60" } } "handlers": { "rate_limited": { "filters": ["60_second_filter"], ... } } "loggers": { "fedmsg_migration_tools": { "filters": ["60_second_filter"], ... } } } This was shamelessly stolen from https://github.com/fedora-infra/fedmsg-migration-tools/blob/0cafc8f/fedmsg_migration_tools/filters.py which is also licensed GPLv2+. Attributes: rate: How often, in seconds, to allow records. Defaults to hourly. """ def __init__(self, rate: int = 3600): """ Initialize the log filter. Args: rate: How often, in seconds, to allow records. Defaults to hourly. """ self.rate = rate self._sent = {}
[docs] def filter(self, record: logging.LogRecord) -> bool: """ Record call sites and filter based on time. Args: The log record we are filtering on. Returns: True if the record should be emitted, False otherwise. """ key = "{}:{}".format(record.pathname, record.lineno) try: if self.rate > record.created - self._sent[key]: return False except KeyError: pass self._sent[key] = record.created return True